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Yanukovych, Azarov discuss results of Ukrainian-Russian Interstate Commission's meeting

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July 16, 2012, 10:18 a.m. | Politics — by Interfax-Ukraine

The president and the premier discussed the results of the 5th session of Ukrainian-Russian Interstate Commission, as well as the ways to implement the decisions adopted at the session.
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Ukrainian Prime Minister Mykola Azarov went on working visit to the Autonomous Republic of Crimea on Sunday, July 15, where he met with President Viktor Yanukovych.

According to the governments' information and communications department, the president and the premier discussed the results of the 5th session of Ukrainian-Russian Interstate Commission, as well as the ways to implement the decisions adopted at the session.

The fifth session of the Ukrainian-Russian Interstate Commission, which closed in Yalta on July 12, ended in the signing of a package of agreements and a joint declaration in a ceremony, attended by Ukrainian and Russian presidents Yanukovych and Vladimir Putin. The Ukrainian president praised the outcome of the session and the agreements reached.

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Roman Dawydiak July 22, 2012, 6:01 p.m.    

Agreements? What agreements? It most certainly did not pertain to the cost of fuel that Ukraine imports from the Russian Federation. Perhaps it concerned the color of paint to be used at border crossings. No, that would be too complicated. Oh well, they probably did provide some help for the Crimean wine industry. How many bottles, 100, maybe 200?

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