From DPA news agency:
Published: Thursday April 12, 2007
Kiev- Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko on Thursday rejected any discussion of deployment of US anti-missile systems to his country, ending months of waffling by leaders of the former Soviet republic.
The Ukrainian politician who is generally liked in Washington for his support of democratic government and market reform, Yushchenko made clear his government had no intention of assisting the US in a plan to build a net of anti-missile systems in selected East European countries.
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