IMF/WB Constituency Meeting to be held in Zagreb

Published: 21/3/2002

The highest representatives of central banks and finance ministries of twelve member countries, including Croatia, of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank Constituency headed by The Netherlands, will be spending the coming weekend in Zagreb at the regular spring meeting.

They will be joined by the executive directors of the IMF and the World Bank in charge of this Constituency, which, besides The Netherlands and Croatia, includes the following countries: Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Georgia, Israel, Macedonia, Moldova, Romania and Ukraine.

The meeting of the Constituency is a part of preparations for the spring meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank. The topics to be discussed are current monetary, financial and development policy issues affecting Constituency members, and relating to the scope of work and cooperation of these countries with the two most important international financial institutions.