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Rada Speaker: relations of Georgia and Ukraine will develop further2010-02-24 17:02
Volodymyr Litvin, the Speaker of the Verkhovna Rada [Ukrainian Parliament] is sure that relations of Ukraine with Georgia and other countries will develop further.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The announcement was voiced after the meeting with his Georgian counterpart David Bakradze in Kyiv.
The new President of Ukraine, Viktor Yanukovich, won the elections, and will be inaugurated tomorrow. The outgoing President Yushchenko maintained friendly relations with Georgia.
Litvin said he saw no causes for deterioration of relations between the countries.
Yet he mentioned of the two aspects that left its mark on the relations of the countries: investigation of arms trade between the countries [Party of Regions claimed the illegal trade takes place] and issue of international monitors at the presidential elections.
Litvin highlighted he was aware of own examination in Georgia in this regard.
Yet he mentioned the cooperation must be continued, as "politicians will change, but countries and peoples are for ever" - UNIAN.