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Talks in Moscow between Russian and Ukrainian presidents Vladimir Putin and Viktor Yanukovych will focus on ways to maintain stable economic cooperation, the Kremlin press service reported.
"The presidents will continue discussing Ukraine's prospective role in integration processes in Eurasia - the Customs Union between Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan and the Common Economic Space," the press service said, Interfax-Ukraine reported.
In addition, the agenda also includes cooperation in the nuclear energy sector in the context of integration between the Russian and Ukrainian nuclear energy systems in compliance with the Memorandum between Russia's Rosatom corporation and the Ukrainian Energy Ministry signed in Yalta on July 12, 2012.
Moscow-Kyiv foreign-policy coordination in maintaining regional stability and security, including in assisting Transdniestrian settlement, is acquiring a new meaning in the context of Ukraine's presidency of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe this year.
By tradition, serious attention will be paid to humanitarian ties.
"The joint celebration of the 1025th anniversary of Christianization of Kyivan Rus to be marked in 2013, and Ukrainian poet Taras Shevchenko's 200th anniversary to be celebrated in 2014, will be among events of major significance," the Kremlin press service said.