Georgieva: IMF will support Argentina

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The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is ready to support Argentina and the country can apply for financing through the Resilience Program (RSP) announced in 2022, the Fund's Executive Director Kristalina Georgieva said, quoted by Reuters. She is expected to meet with the newly elected president of Argentina, Javier Millais, during his visit to Washington. Miley spoke online with Georgieva on Friday, and the discussion was described by the IMF chief as "very serious and constructive".

"Let's see how relations will develop, but the first step is positive," Georgieva said in an interview with Reuters. "Argentina can best help itself by addressing accumulated macroeconomic imbalances. We will easily help with inflation and create the conditions for growth in the private sector, employment and the economy as a whole. Miley will meet with US President Joe Biden's National Security Adviser in Washington after having lunch with former US President Bill Clinton, "" reported.

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