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Prime Minister Mykola Azarov insists a memorandum on creation of Adriatic gas corrdor which is to join Ukraine, Hungary and Croatia to be signed as soon as possible, he announced during his meeting with deputy Prime Minister, public administration and justice minister of Hungary Tibor Navracsics, the press service of the government reports.
"We hope to sign this memorandum in Brussels, hoping to sign it in Kyiv. Today we haven’t signed it. I was talking to Deputy Prime Minister of Croatia that we must spare no effort to speed up signing of this memorandum," Mykola Azarov said.
He added that targeting signing of the document he is ready to personally come to Budapest or Zagreb or to invite the two prime ministers to Kyiv.
"It is extremely huge crucial project and participation of the three prime ministers would prove its significance and urgency," the Head of Government stressed.
Moreover, the Prime Minister emphasized there needed implementation of all agreements achieved in the course of his visit to Hungary in March of the current year. In particular, according to Mykola Azarov, it is necessary to stir up a joint practice of crossing the state border.
In turn, Tibor Navracsics assured Mykola Azarov of intentions to absolutely fulfill bilateral agreements. He also agreed that the Memorandum on Adriatic gas corridor must be signed as fast as possible. "We also consider this memorandum must be signed as fast as possible," the deputy Prime Minister said.