Watermelons: how Lagarde was able to see in Ukraine reforms, it is unclear
It is unclear how Christine Lagarde, claiming that the Ukrainian economy is becoming faster and more stable, able to see in Ukraine kakei any reforms, not to mention their "amazing speed" wrote the former head of the NBU Sergey Arbuzov on his page century
His explanations related to the statement of the managing Director international monetary Fund (IMF) Christine Lagarde. During his visit to Kiev, she said that the Fund was impressed "by the progress" in promoting reforms, which, as if it had been made in the country over the past few months.
Arbuzov stressed that "it has long been skeptical belongs" to the advice that can be heard against the Ukrainian authorities from the IMF." Apparently, the same skepticism should be applied to the assessments that are being voiced by the commissioners of this organization, " he added.
according to His statement, nine months after the signing of the Coalition agreement, which recorded a list of planned reforms, their implementation has not been done " practically nothing ".
Watermelons acknowledged that some progress has been made by Kiev only in terms of reforms, controlled by the " international donors ". However, most of these reforms were built, According to the former head of the NBU, " antisocial templates ", and a proper level of development they will bring.
The country is surviving only by international donors, added Watermelons, But in the end, the assessment authorities will not give they, and the people, and this assessment will be " much less biased ", he said.