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MOSCOW, February 07. /ITAR-TASS/. Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin will chair a meeting of a task group on industrial cooperation with Ukraine.
“On Friday evening, I will gather a working group on cooperation with Ukraine in plane-, engine-, shipbuilding and in nuclear and space industry,” he wrote in his Facebook blog. “As pro-western politicians spin intrigues and dive into scandals, Russia helps Ukrainian regions to restore lost industrial relations with our enterprises, which means it helps create thousands of jobs.”
On February 3, Rogozin met with acting Ukrainian deputy prime minister Yuri Boiko. They discussed “Ukrainian- Russian industrial cooperation, in particular, the implementation of agreements reached by the two countries’ presidents within the framework of the interstate commission’s meeting on December 17, 2013,” the press service of the Ukrainian deputy prime minister said.
They agreed to continue further interaction in joint projects of trade, economic and industrial cooperation. The next meeting may take place in Kiev in late February.