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Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko has urged energy cooperation with the European Union
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko has urged energy cooperation with the European Union, the presidential press office said Friday. Speaking in Denmark following extended negotiations and a meeting with Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen, which focused on Ukraine's integration into the EU, Yushchenko said: "We consider developing contacts with the EU, primarily in the energy sector, to be the most promising area" In Denmark, Western-leaning Yushchenko also discussed Ukraine's accession to the WTO and prospects for establishing a free trade zone with the EU. Yushchenko reaffirmed his confidence in that "Ukraine will complete a complicated stage of talks on its accession to the WTO in the first half of this year and will start dialog on a free trade zone with its European partners." International issues were also raised, including ways of settling the post-Soviet conflict between Moldova and its breakaway region of Transdnestr. Yushchenko also discussed cooperation with Hans Skov Kristensen, Director General of the Confederation of Danish Industries. They also considered holding a Ukrainian-Danish investment forum in the Crimea later this year.
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