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KIEV, September 6 (Itar-Tass) - Trade disputes between the member-countries of the CIS free trade zone should be settled by using the rules and norms of the World Trade Organisation (WTO), Ukrainian Minister of Economic Development and Trade Igor Parsolov said on Friday.
Commenting on the recent difficulties related to Ukrainian goods supplies to Russia, the minister said, “Article 19 of the treaty envisions the direct use of the WTO norms in this issue.”
He named the situation (when Russia toughened control over Ukrainian goods) as unacceptable. “Such measures are unacceptable for the civilised world,” Parsolov said.