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Fake: IMF and Kyiv Fail to Compromise on Ukraine Aid

In the aftermath of the International Monetary Fund’s visit to Ukraine last week, Russia’s official 24/7 English language channel RT declared that  according to its own anonymous source in the Ukrainian Finance Ministry, Ukraine and the IMF failed to reach a compromise on the allocation of the IMF’s fifth tranche of aid. Meanwhile the IMF called the recent visit  to Kyiv technical, whose aim was to discuss various aspects of

Fake: Ukraine to Sell Land and Cancel Pensions for the Sake of IMF Bailout

Ukraine will immediately begin privatizing agricultural land and cancelling pensions in order to receive the next installment of IMF bailout funds reported Ukraina.ru. The Ukrainian web site Vesti followed suit declaring that the price of the next IMF tranche would be millions of hectares of Ukraine’s famous black earth and pensions. Such claims are completely false, pensions are not being cancelled, the age of retirement is not being raised and

Fake: Finance Ministry: Ukraine faces economic collapse without IMF bailout

Without an IMF bailout Ukraine’s economy is headed for a total collapse, declared Russia’s official news site Vesti last week. “The IMF has yet again delayed its decision on the latest bailout tranche for Ukraine, if other creditors also stop financial assistance, Ukraine’s economy is headed for a collapse” claims Vesti, indirectly alluding to an interview by Ukrainian Finance Minister Alexander Danyliuk in the Economic Pravda publication. Contrary to Vesti’s

Fake: IMF won’t grant Ukraine new tranche of funds

The internet publication Kiev Times announced that the IMF would not give Ukraine any more bailout funds, Russia’s official international network RT immediately followed suit and declared that the IMF would continue working with Ukraine, but would not give Kyiv any more money. The source for this fake story is one Alexander Okhrymenko, president of the Ukrainian analytical center, a center which does not exist. Okhrymenko has a financial column

Fake: Saakashvili Wants IMF out of Ukraine

Russia Today published an article entitled “Saakashvili wants to throw the IMF out of Ukraine”.  In the article RT maintains that the former Georgian president called for an end to cooperation with the IMF, whom he compared to a surgeon, who rather than heal an ailing finger, amputates the entire arm. RT further alleges that Saakashvili made this announcement following the IMF’s warning that it might suspend Ukraine’s next credit

Fake: Ukraine’s Military Industrial Complex Ruined

Russian media reported on February 9 that Ukraine’s military industrial complex is on the verge of ruin because Ukraine’s leadership has chosen to end cooperation with the Russian Federation in this area. This conclusion was seemingly arrived at by International Monetary Fund experts. RIA Novosti, Ukraina.ru, EurAsia Daily, Ria Novosti Ukraina, Vsia Pravda and many others carried this fake story. In the February 8 IMF Technical Assistance Report available in

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