First Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine Andriy Kliuyev and First Deputy Prime Minister of Belarus Vladimir Semashko have signed a joint action plan for the implementation of priority lines of the Ukrainian-Belarusian cooperation, which was drafted as a result of a meeting of the two countries; presidents in April 2010.
Kliuyev's press office reported this on Saturday. The document was signed following three hours of talks between the deputy prime ministers, which later involved the delegates of the two countries' governments, the press office said.
"The signed document has actually resolved a number of issues in bilateral relations, which have not been settled over the past years," Kliuyev said.
According to Semashko, the adopted document will be the basis for the development of cooperation between the two states in the coming years. The press office didn't give any further details.