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No documents signed in Moscow on December 17 will lead to Ukraine's accession to the Customs Union, Ukrainian deputy Prime Minister Serhiy Arbuzov said in an interview with 1+1 channel on Sunday evening, commenting on a meeting of the Ukrainian-Russian interstate commission, which will be held between Presidents of Ukraine and Russia on December 17.
"I can assure you that all the documents that will be signed (in Moscow. - Ed.) are focused on economic security of our country, on trade relations with our partners, including with Russia," Arbuzov said.
However, he clarified that the documents related to cooperation in the fields of aircraft, shipbuilding and space-rocket complex, nuclear and radiation safety, etc.
Commenting on the economic situation in the country, the first deputy Prime Minister said that it is stable. In addition, according to Arbuzov, the government has already prepared a state budget for the next year and is ready to submit it to the Parliament as soon as possible.
He also noted that the country is preparing to sign the Association Agreement with the EU, and creation of three working groups at the last meeting with European Commissioner Stefan Fule can guarantee this.