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KIEV, July 09. /ITAR-TASS/. Officials from Ukraine, the European Union and Russia will meet in Brussels on July 11 to discuss trade relations, Ukrainian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Yevgen Perebeynis said on Wednesday, July 9.
“A ministerial meeting on trade issues in the Ukraine-EU-Russia format will be held in Brussels on July 11,” the UNN news agency quoted him as saying.
The Ukrainian delegation will be headed by Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin. EU Trade Commissioner Karel De Gucht and Russian Minister of Economic Development Alexei Ulyukayev will take part in the meeting.
“The ministerial meeting is expected to lay the groundwork for regular consultations on issues related to the functioning of the free trade zone between Ukraine and the EU and its possible impact on trade relations between Ukraine and Russia,” Perebeynis said.