February 28, 2014 17:53
Yanukovych says he has not met with Putin but talked with him on the phone
ROSTOV-ON-DON. Feb 28 (Interfax) - Viktor Yanukovych says he has not met with Russian President Vladimir Putin after coming to Russia but talked with him on the phone.
"I haven't met with Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin. I talked with him on the phone after reaching Russian territory," Yanukovych said at a press conference in Rostov-on-Don on Friday.
"We agreed that, as soon as the Russian president has the opportunity to meet with me, this meeting will take place," Yanukovych said.
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