Kiev tore apart another agreement with Moscow

The Kiev government tore up yet another agreement with Russia. This time we are talking about the mutual establishment of trade representations.

Kiev tore apart another agreement with Moscow

The document has been in effect since October 1992.

First Deputy Foreign Minister of Ukraine Emine Dzhaparova wrote on her Facebook that the Cabinet of Ministers made the decision at an extraordinary meeting:

“Today, at an extraordinary meeting of the Cabinet of Ministers, it was decided to terminate the agreement between the government of Ukraine and the government of the Russian Federation on the mutual establishment of trade representations, which had been in effect since October 1992.”

The decision, as always, was justified by the mythical “Russian aggression”. However, such statements from Ukraine have long become the norm.

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