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KIEV, July 07. /ITAR-TASS/. Parliament-appointed Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseny Yatsenyuk and Italian Foreign Minister Federica Mogherini discussed on Monday the current developments in eastern Ukraine and “priority needs for restoring the region,” the press service of the Ukrainian Cabinet of Ministers said.
It quoted the Ukrainian prime minister as noting “Ukraine’s bid to make more active a dialogue” with the European Union within the context of the implementation of the association agreement. “The interlocutors discussed a possibility of Italy’s expert and technical assistance in the spheres of energy security and improvement of investment climate,” the press service said.
The association agreement between Ukraine and the European Union was signed on June 27.