Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko said in a television program on Wednesday that it would "make no sense" to call a meeting of Ukraine's National Security and Defense Council to debate recent Ukrainian-Russian gas agreements and that there was no chance of the Council revising them.

"The Council of National Security and Defense should have met when the crisis was still in place. It would be the best idea not to create any new crisis by holding a meeting of the [Council]. Now that the crisis is over, and today the prime ministers of all key European countries have thanked the Ukrainian government for successful ending of all those problems and successful signing of the agreements, it would make no sense to call a meeting of the [Council]," Tymoshenko told one of the central Ukrainian television channels.

In resposne to the question whether the Council might revise the Moscow deals, she said: "Categorically not," Interfax-Ukraine reported.


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