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YALTA, July 12 (Itar-Tass) — Russia and Ukraine on Thursday signed several documents following the 5th meeting of the Russian-Ukrainian inter-state commission that was co-chaired by President Vladimir Putin and his Ukrainian counterpart Viktor Yanukovich.
They include: a memorandum on integration and cooperation between the Russian Federal Agency for Nuclear Energy and the Ukrainian Energy Ministry; a Joint statement of the presidents of Russia and Ukraine; a Declaration on the content of Russian-Ukrainian partnership; a joint statement on delimitation of sea water areas in the Azov and Black Seas; an inter-governmental agreement on interaction in warning about emergency situations linked to the activities of military units of the Black Sea fleet in the territory of Ukraine and liquidation of their consequences; an inter-governmental agreement on parallel operations of the two countries’ energy systems.
The sides signed several memorandums, including on cooperation in anti-terrorist efforts, cooperation between the Ministries of Education, mutual understanding between the Russian Ministry of Economic Development and the Ukrainian Ministry of Economic Development and Trade, etc.