Ukrainian news: Khoroshkovskyi calls for creation of special Ukraine-Customs Union Commission

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Sept. 16, 2012, 6:03 p.m. | Ukraine | Politics — by Kyiv Post

Valerii Khoroshkovskyi said that Ukraine's proposals on cooperation with the Customs Union in the "3 +1" format were aimed specifically at avoiding conflict situations.

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First Deputy Prime Minister Valerii Khoroshkovskyi believes that creation of a specialized commission between Ukraine and the Customs Union of the Common Economic Area (Russia, Belarus, and Kazakhstan) would help to resolve arising disagreements, according to Ukrainian news report. 

Khoroshkovskyi announced this to journalists at the Yalta European Strategy conference in the Crimea. According to the first deputy prime minister, as of today the Customs Union, as a young formation, is still developing its internal rules, and it is difficult sometimes to coordinate the positions of Ukraine with the Customs Union without further consultations.

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