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President Vladimir Putin has said that Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan were ready to form a common economic space
President Vladimir Putin has said that Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan were ready to form a common economic space (CES). “Our Ukrainian partners know well both at an expert level and at the level of the country’s political leadership that we shall consider as the joining of the CEC not the signing of a part of documents, but of the whole package,” Putin said at a government meeting on Monday. Putin criticized Minister of Industry and Energy Viktor Khristenko for delaying the establishment of the Common Economic Space and demanded that this work be expedited. "You have failed to meet the deadline which was agreed upon earlier - not later than the end of March, it's April already, but the package of 38 documents has not been signed yet," Putin said. And, as Viktor Khristenko informed Putin, the high-level group for creating the Common Economic Space will meet in session in Minsk on Friday for coordinating a package of 38 documents.
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