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MOSCOW, December 17, 23:59 /ITAR-TASS/. The roadmap that Russia and Ukraine signed in the Russian capital on Tuesday aimed “at the access of goods on our markets and sharp growth of bilateral trade,” Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich said after the signing ceremony of the Russian-Ukrainian agreements on economic cooperation.
The Ukrainian leader noted in his speech that “the prospects of our further development depend directly” from the efficient fulfilment of the tasks set in this document.
“We should use effectively all that unites us, there is no alternative to it,” the president noted.
The president added that the foundations of the relations between Russia and Ukraine “have been built for many decades and centuries by our peoples and specialists.” In this regard, he noted that the current potential should be used effectively.