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KIEV, March 29, /ITAR-TASS/. Ukraine’s parliament-appointed prime minister, Arseny Yatsenyuk, has declared that his country is prepared for public talks with Russia.
“We are prepared for open negotiations and we are ready to maintain economic relations between our countries on an equal footing,” Yatsenyuk said in the Shuster Live talk show.
He recalled that Ukraine had decided against introducing a visa regimen in relations with Russia, contrary to its original intention.
“We have not severed a single bilateral agreement with Russia. Our people have very good relations with the people of Russia,” Yatsenyuk said.