KYIV, April 7 – Ukraine may be able to replace lending from the International Monetary Fund with an issue of Eurobonds, but the primary focus is to resume cooperation with the IMF, National Bank of Ukraine Governor Kyrylo Shevchenko said.
"There is nothing threatening. These funds can be replaced by the placement of eurobonds. We all know that the IMF is primarily not about money, but about trust in the country. This is a powerful signal to investors," Shevchenko told Interfax-Ukraine.