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MOSCOW, November 25, 20:55 /ITAR-TASS/. Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin will meet with his Ukrainian counterpart Yuri Boyko on Tuesday to discuss industrial integration.
“Tomorrow (on Tuesday) I am leaving for Sochi under the presidential programmes agenda. There I will have a meeting with a Ukrainian government delegation headed by Deputy Prime Minister Boyko,” Rogozin said.
The Ukrainian delegation would consist of representatives from the Ukrainian Industry Ministry and the management of the Ukrainian Space and Aviation agencies.
“We shall be discussing industrial integration,” Rogozin said, adding that Russia had warned Ukraine of the negative consequences that might follow if Kiev concluded the association agreement with the European Union. He said such a decision would, first of all, harm industrial integration.
“We can see now that the Ukrainian government has finally realized the dimensions of the problem,” Rogozin said.