The National Bank predicts that the volume of international reserves will remain at the level of about $21-22 billion in the coming years, NBU Governor Yakiv Smoliy declared.
According to him, the key task for Ukraine is to continue cooperation with the International Monetary Fund and other financial organizations. At the same time, the main internal risk for macroeconomic stability, including a decline in inflation to 5% in 2020, is increased uncertainty during presidential and parliamentary elections.
As reported, Ukraine’s international reserves in March increased by $0.4 billion, and as of April 1, they made up $20.63 billion. (Ukrinform/Business World Magazine)