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KIEV, November 27. /ITAR-TASS/. Ukraine and China are working on a big investment project to build four coal-powered synthetic gas plants, Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich said in an interview with the local TV channels on Wednesday.
“We are studying a big investment project with China that will give us opportunities to build synthetic gas plants. We will convert coal into gas,” he said.
“Most probably, these documents will be signed during my visit to China. We plan to build four plants,” the Ukrainian leader said.
Yanukovich plans to visit China in December. During this visit Ukraine and China plan to sign a five-year program to develop strategic partnership relations and a treaty of friendship and cooperation.