No secret documents were signed in Moscow on December 17, says Yanukovych's chief of staff
No secret documents, except for those that have been officially stated, were signed in the meeting of the Ukrainian-Russian interstate commission in Moscow on December 17, Serhiy Liovochkin, the head of the Ukrainian presidential administration, said.
"This list of documents is exhaustive. No other documents, except for those I will name now, were signed. No secret documents were considered or signed," he told a nationwide roundtable meeting entitled Unite Ukraine held in the Ukraina palace in Kyiv on Friday.
Liovochkin told the meeting participants in detail about the documents signed during the Ukrainian president's visit to Russia on Tuesday.