The International Monetary Fund will continue cooperation with Ukraine regarding the revision of the stand by program after the snap parliamentary elections and appointment of the Cabinet of Ministers. Gerry Rice, the director of the IMF Communications Department, said this at a press briefing, Ukrainian News Agency reports. According to him, the IMF is ready to return to discussions of the further cooperation with Ukraine as soon as a new government is formed. He says the IMF mission continues its work in Ukraine. He says the IMF does not comment on political changes in any country. As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, the IMF mission started its work in Ukraine on May 21. A mission of the International Monetary Fund worked in Ukraine in September 2018.