Source Pravda.Ru

Another payment will be made in clearing-off Russia's debt to the IMF

Late this week the Russian Finance Ministry will make another payment in clearing off the debt of Russia to the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

According to the Finance Ministry's spokesman, in accordance with the original time-table, this payment must be made on June 9th, Sunday. Since this is a rest-day, the money will be most likely transferred on Friday.

This payment will amount to 19,468,867 SDR - about 25 million dollars. (SDR - Special Drawing Rights, an artificial currency unit of the International Monetary Fund.) The previous payment was made on May 20th in the amount of 52,820,000 US dollars.

On the whole, in 2002 Russia plans to pay 1.5 billion dollars in clearing off its debt to the International Monetary Fund. As of January 1st, this year, Russia's debt to the Fund is estimated at the sum of 7.5 billion dollars. In January-May, about 600 million dollars were transferred to the Fund.

Comments
Former GRU officer exposes two Russian Salisbury spies
AIDS came to USSR as deadly disease of Western decay
Can China take it to the limit in the trade war with USA?
Russia will not be de-dollarized
Russia will not be de-dollarized
The West still does not know what the Russian way of warfare is like
India to pass S-400 technology to NATO?
Center and peripheries in Europe - Portugal, a case of peripheral disaster
Biggest lie of all: Israel never lies, because it can't
AIDS came to USSR as deadly disease of Western decay
Russia and Germany develop anti-Polish collusion
Brexit: The collapse of Europe
Center and peripheries in Europe - Portugal, a case of peripheral disaster
Pravda.Ru on Reddit's 'Ask Me Anything.' US-Russian friendship is dead
Should Russia pull out from landmark international agreements?
Russia suspends all Soyuz-FG flights after first accident in 43 years
AIDS came to USSR as deadly disease of Western decay
Center and peripheries in Europe - Portugal, a case of peripheral disaster
Russia and Germany develop anti-Polish collusion
Orthodox unity splits as Russian Orthodox Church breaks ties with Constantinople
Orthodox unity splits as Russian Orthodox Church breaks ties with Constantinople