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Following the meeting of the Ukrainian-Russian interstate commission, which is to be chaired by Presidents of Ukraine and Russia Viktor Yanukovych and Vladimir Putin on December 17 in Moscow, the documents, to remove almost all the contradictions in the mutual trade, are expected to be signed.
The Prime Minister Mykola Azarov announced this on Friday during a meeting with representatives of companies operating in the agricultural and engineering sectors.
"On Tuesday, our President visits Moscow to sign a number of agreements, removing all or at least the vast majority of contradictions in mutual trade, at the presidential level," Azarov said.
He noted that agreements would touch upon customs clearance and standardization. Azarov also noted that it was planned to sign documents on bilateral cooperation in some industries.
"The presidents will agree on cooperation in shipbuilding, aircraft, power engineering, transport engineering and many other large-scale programs," Azarov said.
He noted that the government has already considered the package of agreements to be signed on December 17.
Azarov stressed that the government was aware of the importance of the Russian market for industrial enterprises in Ukraine and was doing everything possible to save the market at the same level.
"We are aware of the importance of the market for economic recovery. To avoid the economy collapse, we need to restore the previous volume of our trade and economic trade balance with the Russian Federation. We will do everything possible in order to achieve this goal," Azarov assured.