The International Monetary Fund urges Ukraine to adopt the anticorruption court law in line with recommendations of the Venice Commission and to continue other suspended reforms as soon as possible. The International Monetary Fund announced this in a statement, Ukrainian News Agency reports. The International Monetary Fund wants the Verkhovna Rada to observe during the adoption of the law Ukraine's commitments under the cooperation program and recommendations of the Venice Commission. The IMF also urges the government to provide additional progress in other suspended measures for achieving goals set by the cooperation program, including measures in the energy sector and taxation. As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, experts from the International Monetary Fund arrived in Ukraine on Monday, February 12, for technical discussions with the authorities. The IMF's resident representative office in Ukraine has confirmed to the Ukrainian News agency that a team made up of several IMF experts has begun work in Kyiv. IMF experts and the head of the IMF mission to Ukraine, Ron van Rooden, are in Ukraine from February 12 to 16. IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde said during a news briefing in Davos (Switzerland) on January 24 that the IMF was ready to continue supporting Ukraine in implementing reforms and called for acceleration of the reforms.