Source Pravda.Ru

Russia makes payment to IMF

Russia has paid off 32.508m British pounds (38.938 SDR) to the International Monetary Fund on February 11, the Russian Finance Ministry told RBC. The payment has been made in a strict accordance with the schedule. This has been the second payment of the three that are to be made this month.

On the whole, Russia is to pay off about $2bn (1.559bn SDR) to the fund. The total volume of payments on foreign debts to be made this year is some $17.3bn. Russia paid off about $1.5bn to the IMF last year.

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