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KIEV, October 9 (Itar-Tass) - The Ukrainian-Russian intergovernmental commission for economic cooperation will meet in Moscow on October 15 to discuss important trends of bilateral relations and to sign several documents, including the roadmap plan of cooperation, Ukrainian Prime Minister Nikolai Azarov said at a meeting of the country’s government here on Wednesday.
“We are preparing to discuss the issues concerning the situation and prospects of development in the trade and economic sphere, the fuel and energy sector, aircraft building and investment,” Azarov noted. “I am convinced that we will be able to sign a roadmap plan of cooperation with Russia similar to that we signed with Belarus this week,” the prime minister noted.
He gave an instruction “to negotiate and prepare proposals on the documents, which are planned to sign in Moscow” before the end of this week.