Ukraine's prime minister is going to Kazakhstan to advance Ukraine to CEA

Other News Materials 7 December 2006 17:13 (UTC +04:00)

(ForUm) - In Kazakhstan the Prime Minister of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych is going to discuss issue on standard and conditions of Ukraine's participation in Common Economic Area. Volodymyr Fesenko political scientist, president of the Center of applied political researches Penta told FourUm's correspondent today.

The Kazakhs party is interested in Ukrainian participation in this project. And what is more, we have an interest in cooperation development with Kazakhstan, he said.

The political scientist reminded that last month the issue on oil pipe line Odessa-Brodu was discussed twice. This project has been renewed (it is suggested its construction in west-north direction to Poland). It is provided for transit of Central Asia and Kazakhs oil to Europe. This issue was discussed during the visit of the Poland PM to Ukraine and during Yanukovych's visit to the USA and is going to be discussed in Kasakhstan, Fesenko explained, reports Trend.

He underlined that few investments come to Ukraine from Kazakhstan. There are financial resources in Kazakhstan. The Kazakhs economy is actively developing. It is logical to set questions on using free Kazakhs financial resources in Ukraine. It would be profitable for Ukraine and also for Kazakhstan, political scientist summed up.