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VILNIUS, November 27. /ITAR-TASS/. Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich has not yet had his last say on an association deal with the European Union, deputy speaker of Lithuania's parliament and chairman of the Parliamentary Committee on European Affairs Gediminas Kirkilas said on Wednesday.
“Although the Ukrainian government decreed to suspend the signing of an association agreement with the EU, the last say has not been had yet,” he said, expressing confidence that Yanukovich would make up his mind, taking into consideration the opinion of the opposition and street protesters.
Kirkilas did not rule out that Yanukovich would announce his country’s decision at the EU Eastern Partnership summit in Vilnius on Friday.
The Baltic state’s parliamentary delegation, led by speaker Loreta Grauziniene, arrived on an unplanned visit on Tuesday in Ukraine’s capital, Kiev, taking part in a rally in support of European integration.
Later on Wednesday, the delegation will try to meet the Ukrainian leader, Kirkilas said.