The International Monetary Fund’s summit on loan assistance is currently underway in Washington, D.C.
Its agenda is available on the fund’s official website, and it is notable that Sri Lanka, which has already signed the staff agreement, is not included in the agenda.
However, it is clear that Egypt, which signed the staff agreement after us, is in the agenda.
Following countries that requested financial assistance from the fund will be discussed: Barbados, Namibia, Rwanda, Armenia, Ecuador, Gambia, Benin State, Senegal, and Egypt.
The Financial Fund’s next meeting will be in March.
The agenda for this year is available below.
Title: Barbados – Request for an Extended Fund Facility and a Resilience and Sustainability Facility
Title: Albania – 2022-Article IV Consultation
Title: Namibia – 2022 Article IV Consultation
Title: Safeguards Assessments—Review of Experience
December 12, 2022
Title: Rwanda – Request for a New 36-Month Policy Coordination Instrument and an Arrangement Under the Resilience and Sustainability Facility
Country: Armenia, Republic of
Title: Republic of Armenia – Request for a Stand-By Arrangement
December 14, 2022
Title: Ecuador – Sixth Review Under the Extended Arrangement Under the Extended Fund Facility and Financing Assurances Review
Country: Gambia, The
Title: The Gambia – Fifth Review Under the Extended Credit Facility
Title: Benin – First Reviews Under the Extended Arrangement Under the Extended Fund Facility and the Arrangement Under the Extended Credit Facility
December 16, 2022
Title: Senegal – 2022- Sixth Review Under the Policy Coordination Instrument and Third Reviews Under the Stand-By Arrangement and the Arrangement Under the Standby Credit Facility
Country: Egypt, Arab Republic of
Title: Arab Republic of Egypt – Request for Extended Arrangement Under the Extended Fund Facility