June 18, 2014 12:52
Kyiv hopeful to continue gas talks with Russia
KYIV. June 18 (Interfax) - Ukraine hopes to continue the gas dialogue with the Russian Federation, Ukrainian Deputy Energy and Coal Industry Minister Vadym Ulyda said.
"We also want the negotiations to go on because, in my opinion, the unconstructive position of the Russian side hinders the achievement of an agreement," Ulyda told reporters before a government meeting on Wednesday.
He said he was hopeful to continue the dialogue because the three parties - Ukraine, Russia and the European Union - were interested in searching for a solution.
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