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BEIJING, January 18. /TASS/. Russia hasn’t received any official proposals from Ukraine on its debt restructuring, Finance Minister Sergey Storchak said on Monday.
"No official proposals (in place). We need an official proposal. They haven’t proposed (restructuring) to sovereigns, they’ve proposed [it] to private creditors. When we’re being told that we’re sitting and offering nothing this sounds weird as we haven’t violated contractual commitments," he said.
According to Storchak, in the whole civilized world the one who violates contractual commitments goes to the partner and speaks about the circumstances. In this case the partner should not only be saying that he has violated contractual terms, he should show all the aces," he said, adding though that Russia is ready "to get round the table and move in order to try and make an agreement.".