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MOSCOW, November 17 (Itar-Tass) — Russia’s President Dmitry Medvedev hopes to sign on Friday an agreement with Belarus and Kazakhstan on further economic integration.
“Tomorrow leaders of Belarus and of Kazakhstan will arrive here, and I hope that tomorrow in this building /in the Kremlin/ we shall sign an agreement on further economic integration, on establishment of a special body to manage the integration,” he said during a meeting with retirees. Prime Minister Vladimir Putin participated in the meeting, too.
Medvedev expressed confidence that “this Union will have very good future.”
“What is to be done tomorrow, I hope, and what was done last year /the customs Union/ are great things,” the president said.