The decision of Kiev to sign a free trade agreement with the EU will not affect the ability of Ukraine to freely communicate with Russia, said the Prime Minister of great Britain David Cameron during the meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
LONDON, 16 Nov. Maria Tobacco. The Prime Minister of great Britain David Cameron during a bilateral meeting assured President Vladimir Putin that Ukraine’s decision to sign a free trade agreement with the EU does not mean that Kiev is not able to trade freely with Russia.
“Regarding Ukraine, Prime Minister and President Putin agreed that the Minsk agreement must be implemented fully. They also discussed the issues of trade and economic relations between Russia and Ukraine, and the Prime Minister confirmed that he considers that the decision of Ukraine about free trade from EU does not mean that she is not able to trade freely with Russia”, — stated in the message of office of the British Prime Minister.
The meeting between Cameron and Putin met on Monday in Antalya.