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Ukraine’s Cabinet of Ministers is planning to abrogate the existing agreement with Russia on the interaction between the two countries in exports of military goods to third countries at its meeting on August 9.

The agenda for the meeting published on the government website implies that it is also planned to consider the approval of the agreement between Ukraine and the North Atlantic Alliance on the support and deliveries, and on the partnership in the joint management of supply items.

The government is also planning to consider some personnel matters at the meeting.

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This should have been done in 2014 when Russia began waging war against Ukraine.

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