Christine Lagarde was re-elected the managing Director of the IMF


WASHINGTON, February 19. /Corr. Andrew Shitov/. Frenchwoman Christine Lagarde was re-elected the managing Director of the IMF on a new five-year term. As announced by the press service of the Fund, it will commence from the 5th of July this year.

Lagarde herself has appealed to journalists in the headquarters of the Fund in Washington in English and French. She thanked her by the Board of Directors of the trust and said he would work for the benefit of all members of the organization. According to her, the Fund “will remain open and ready for the challenges” facing the world economy and Finance, as well as individual countries.

Lagarde elections were held unopposed, opponents she was not. Russia, USA and some other countries in advance declared support for her candidacy.