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KIEV, December 02. /ITAR-TASS/. A Ukrainian delegation will travel in the coming days to Brussels to resume the dialogue with the European Union (EU) on signing an Association Agreement, Foreign Minister Leonid Kozhara said Sunday.Kozhara said: "It is planned to discuss the cost of gas and matters concerning financial assistance on the part of international organizations". "The sides will to consider the problem of decline in trade volume between Ukraine and the EU," the minister pointed out. Kozhara did not say anything about the format of those talks.
At the Eastern Partnership summit in Vilnius that took place on November 28-29, President Viktor Yanukovich did not sign an Agreement on Ukraine's Association with the EU. Kiev suggested that Brussels invite Russia to discuss the Agreement's provisions. EU officials do not agree to such a proposal so far.