Ukraine is ready to sign an agreement on the creation of a free trade area with the member states of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), but the constant delay in its signing casts doubt on the ability of the CIS to create such an area, First Deputy Prime Minister Andriy Kliuyev said.
"I'm wondering whether this agreement will be
signed... I think it's unlikely be signed," he said on Friday at the 8th
Yalta Annual Meeting entitled "Ukraine and World: Common Challenges,
Common Future," Interfax-Ukraine reported.
Kliuyev noted that the agreement was prepared for signature two months ago at a meeting of the CIS heads of government, but the signing had again failed to take place.
The 8th Yalta Annual Meeting entitled "Ukraine and the World: Common Challenges, Common Future," which was organized by the Yalta European Strategy (YES), in partnership with the Victor Pinchuk Foundation, is taking place at the Livadia Palace in Yalta on September 15-18.
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