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The Moscow Times: If gas merger is considered, European Union should join talks

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May 6, 2010, 12:35 a.m. | Ukraine abroad — by Reuters

The European Union should be part of any talks between Kiev and Moscow to merge their national gas companies.

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The European Union should be part of any talks between Kiev and Moscow to merge their national gas companies, Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych said Wednesday. The comment, Yanukovych's first public reaction to Prime Minister Vladimir Putin's proposal last week, could upset Moscow, which wants to sideline the EU from the process. Read the story here.
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Anonymous May 6, 2010, 1:05 a.m.    

i said before europe has the money to buy what he need,we use 30% only from russia just for helping her that with all russian oligarcs billioners has not money enough for mantain all russian country,as you know also russia ask money to the imf bank,so if we don't buy russian petrol and gas,the risk for the russian people is to eat nuclear raketa or gas,because if a country don't export goods where found money to survive?RUSSIA has only obsolete technology obsolete industries,in the west nobody is goind to buy a lada or marussa that seems to be a wc with 4 wheels,drive a ferrari a naserati or lamborghini or porsche or aston martin and you feel the big difference,so for to help russia europe buy gas and petrol from her

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