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KIEV, July 2 (Itar-Tass) — Ukraine and Russia will sign a number of bilateral cooperation documents at a meeting of the interstate commission in Yalta next week.
“The documents in Yalta will be signed by both the heads of our states and different agencies,” presidential chief of staff Sergei Ivanov said on Monday, July 2. “There will be political documents and there will be purely economic ones, and there will be documents that broaden the format of our humanitarian cooperation.”
Ivanov said, though, he could not disclose the contents of the future documents.
Earlier, the committee on economic cooperation between Ukraine and Russia met in Kiev to discuss in detail the preparation of the Yalta meeting.
Ivanov said that the two countries had good prospects for “enhancing cooperation” in all areas.
The meeting of the Ukrainian-Russian interstate commission is scheduled for July 12.