The International Monetary Fund (IMF) mission will virtually visit Romania from May 10 to May 28, to evaluate the state of the Romanian economy, according to Agerpres.
“The IMF mission led by Jan Kees Martijn will discuss economic policies and developments. The virtual meetings will be held with officials from the Ministry of Finance, the National Bank of Romania, other government agencies, as well as representatives of the private sector and non-governmental organisations,” said IMF regional representative office in a statement.
The IMF delegation will conduct the annual review of the Romanian economy under the Article IV Consultation. The last Article IV consultations with Romania took place in May 2019.
Currently, Romania does not have an ongoing financing agreement with the International Monetary Fund.