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Zelensky, IMF managing director discuss Ukraine’s ‘post-war reconstruction’

/ 12:04 PM April 18, 2022
Zelensky, IMF managing director discuss Ukraine’s ‘post-war reconstruction’

Smoke rising after shelling on the outskirts of the city is pictured from central Kyiv, Ukraine February 27, 2022. REUTERS

WASHINGTON — Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said on Sunday he spoke with IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva about Ukraine’s financial stability and the country’s post-war reconstruction.

“Discussed with IMF Managing Director Georgieva the issue of ensuring Ukraine’s financial stability & preparations for post-war reconstruction. We have clear plans for now, as well as a vision of prospects. I’m sure cooperation between the IMF & Ukraine will continue to be fruitful,” Zelensky said in a tweet.

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Georgieva confirmed the call in a tweet later in the day. “Thank you,” she wrote, addressing Zelensky’s twitter handle, “for the very good call today.” She wrote support is “essential to lay the foundations for rebuilding a modern competitive #Ukraine”

Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal said earlier he will attend the International Monetary Fund and World Bank meetings in Washington this week and will seek more financial assistance for Ukraine.

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