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KIEV, December 18. /ITAR-TASS/. After the signing of new Ukrainian-Russian agreements last Tuesday the crucial moment of time has come for Ukraine, Ukrainian Prime Minister Nikolai Azarov believes.
“We have gained the prospect for the future and firm confidence that we will keep up social and economic stability. I state again that nothing threatens this stability,” Azarov said at a meeting of the country’s government on Wednesday. He also noted that nothing also threatens the financial system in the country.
“The agreements help us to adopt a budget of social development. Before this event the adoption of this kind of budget had been ‘absolutely impossible’ and a collapse had threatened the country,” Azarov said.