The government has decided to use most of the US$ 4.35 billion in Special Drawing Rights (SDRs) that it will receive from the IMF next August, to pay with Central Bank reserves debt maturities with the multilateral organisation. It will be a total amount close to U$ 3.6 billion to be paid between September and December. The two maturities correspond to the second payment committed to the IMF for the interest on the "Stand By" credit signed by former president Mauricio Macri in 2018. The ratification that the IMF will be paid is intended to reassure the markets. Argentina needs to renew the agreement with the Fund to achieve the deferral of important payments in 2022 and 2023. In 2022, US$ 17.346 billion with the Fund are due and in 2023 another US$ 18.395 billion. On the other hand, next Monday it plans to transfer the u$s 230 million committed to the Paris Club, in exchange for the postponement until 2022 of maturities of more than u$s 2 billion.