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The European Union leaves its market open for Ukrainian goods, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavel Klimkin said.
The association agreement between Ukraine and the European Union will be ratified on Tuesday without any amendments to the text, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavel Klimkin said on Tuesday after trilateral talks with Russian Minister of Economic Development Alexei Ulyukayev and European Commissioner for Trade Karel De Gucht.
“The agreement will be ratified on Tuesday,” Klimkin said, adding that its text would be unchanged.
He said that thanks to today’s agreements, “the Russian side will have no grounds to impose trade restrictions” against Ukrainian goods.