Finance Minister Oleksandr Danyliuk told journalists, Censor.NET reports citing 112 Ukraine.
"The situation developed quickly enough, and the IMF board of directors wanted to get a plain picture of the economic situation, given the blockade in the Donbas," the minister said explaining why the issue of tranche allocation had disappeared from the IMF agenda.
According to Danyliuk, the renewed calculations will be ready within "a couple of days."
He offered reassurance that the situation will not affect the hryvnia exchange rate in any way.
As previously reported, the IMF postponed sine die the consideration of the allocation of a $1 billion tranche to Ukraine in order to assess the impact of the Donbas trade blockade on further development of the country's economy.
Later, the issue of allocation of a $1 billion tranche to Ukraine under Expanded Financing Facility (EFF) program disappeared from the March 20 agenda of the IMF Executive Board.
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