IMF Not Getting Political: Organization Rules Out Russia Expulsion
By sweN TR
The International Monetary Fund declared it has “no problems” with Russia, or its membership status – despite the IMF’s Moscow office being shut.
Kristalina Georgieva, the current managing director, claimed that the only reason to suspend the country would be if it no longer recognized its govt – describing that as a “very tall order.”
She insisted that the organization wants to stick to the rules, and reminded that “for the war to end there has to be dialogue.”