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KIEV, October 20 (Itar-Tass) —— At the gas talks between Ukraine and Russia several important issues remain unresolved, Energy and Coal Industry Minister Yuri Boiko told the media before a meeting of the government on Thursday.
“We are still to agree on several issues, which are equally important to us and our Russian partners. The point at issue is the model that will be mutually acceptable to both economies and match the national interests of our peoples,” Boiko said.
He added that the two sides were conducting a constructive dialogue.
“When we are through with it, we shall certainly brief you on all aspects the achieved agreements,” Boiko said.