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MOSCOW, December 16. /ITAR-TASS/. The Russian-Ukraine interstate commission will gather in Moscow on December 17 under chairmanship of Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian counterpart Viktor Yanukovich, the Kremlin press service reported on Monday.
“During the sitting, the parties are expected to discuss key issues of bilateral trade and economic cooperation, coordinate joint steps towards promoting promising mutually advantageous projects in such areas as energy, transport, space, agriculture, investments and interregional cooperation,” the report says.
Special attention is expected to be riveted to the development of a cultural, educational and scientific dialogue. The meeting will touch on cooperation within the CIS and key international issues, the report says.
“A package of documents is expected to be signed after the session,” it adds.