The Ukrainian opposition is planning to demand that the Verkhovna Rada hear a report by Prime Minister Mykola Azarov concerning the talks with Russia on gas agreements between Kyiv and Moscow.

"We will demand at a meeting of the conciliatory council on Monday that Prime Minister Azarov deliver a report or at least provide information what they again want to give away to Russia," Our Ukraine-People's Self-Defense MP Anatoliy Hrytsenko said on Friday after a meeting of the Dictatorship Resistance Committee, Interfax-Ukraine reported.

He said that the opposition wanted to know from the prime minister what the country should expect. Hrytsenko said that the opposition feared "a serious betrayal of Ukraine's interests."

"He [Azarov] announces that there's a new, comprehensive package [of compromise proposals on the gas agreement with Russia]. While they decided to sentence [former Prime Minister Yulia] Tymoshenko to seven years in prison and acknowledged that there was a violation of the law, now they're claiming that there will be no Stockholm court. So the betrayal of another gas issue will be in a new package," Hrytsenko said.

"What will it be? A consortium? Or this will be the Customs Union, or the technical standards of the Customs Union, or they will give away something in Sevastopol – rearmament or new technology?" he added.

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