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MOSCOW, November 29. /ITAR-TASS/. Ukraine’s President Viktor Yanukovich has reaffirmed the Ukrainian government’s intention to sign agreement on association with the EU over the short term.He said it Friday at a plenary session of the summit of the EU’s so-called ‘Eastern Partnership’ format.
“Ukraine and the EU have entered the final phase of making up the association and I feel confident this agreement will open up a new page in the development of the Ukrainian state and will raise our relations with the EU and its member-states to a quality new level,” Yanukovich said.
“I reaffirm Ukraine’s intention to sign the agreement on association shortly,” he said.