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PRESIDENT YANUKOVYCH: UKRAINE READY TO OFFER ITS OPPORTUNITIES FOR DEVELOPMENT OF INFRASTRUCTURE IN CHINA

 

Ukraine is ready to offer its opportunities for the development of infrastructure in China, Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych said in Shanghai on September 5, the last day of his four-day state visit to China.

"Expanding opportunities for foreign investment is an important task for Ukraine's leadership in order to draw the attention of the world's leading countries, in particular, China, to our domestic potential," the president said.

At the same time, Yanukovych said that Ukraine itself was ready to operate in China. "We, in turn, are ready to participate in a number of Chinese programs. Our experts can build infrastructure in some regions and cities in China," he said. He noted that such activities contributed to promoting the opportunities of Ukraine whose economy is export oriented.

Yanukovych noted that economically powerful China and Hong Kong, as its special administrative region, were particularly attractive to Ukraine.

Yanukovych said that political stability in Ukraine was a reliable guarantee that the country is becoming more attractive to foreign investors.

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SEVENTH SESSION OF VERKHOVNA RADA OF SIXTH CONVOCATION OPENS

 

Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych and Prime Minister Mykola Azarov on Tuesday attended the opening of the seventh session of the Verkhovna Rada of the sixth convocation.

Representatives of the Cabinet of Ministers, the chairman of the Supreme Court, the National Bank of Ukraine governor, the chairman of the Higher Council of Justice, the Verkhovna Rada human rights commissioner, and representatives of foreign states, also attended the opening of the session.

According to the schedule, the parliament will close this session on January 14, 2011. The parliament will work for ten weeks in a plenary mode, five weeks in committees and factions, four weeks with voters, and also hold ten "hours of questions" to the Cabinet of Ministers.

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YANUKOVYCH SAYS UKRAINES 20th ANNIVERSARY SHOULD BECOME A YEAR OF UNIFICATION.

 

In his annual address to the Verkhovna Rada, Ukraine's parliament, President Viktor Yanukovych stressed that the next year, the year of the 20th anniversary of Ukraine's independence, should become a year of the country's consolidation.

"Today the world is changing before our eyes. 20 years in Ukraine have been difficult, but we got through them in peace, and pray God we further live like this. Next year is the 20th anniversary of independence of our country. It is essential that this year is marked by the unity of our country," the president said.

"I am ready to do everything for the Verkhovna Rada to make fateful decisions for the country," the head of state underscored.

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