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Russia's President Vladimir Putin (L) shows the way to his Ukrainian counterpart Viktor Yanukovich before a meeting of the Russian-Ukrainian Interstate Commission at the Kremlin in Moscow on December 17, 2013. Russia has agreed to resume oil supplies to a refinery in Ukraine, traders said, in a sign Moscow is ready to reward the country's president for spurning a trade deal with Europe in favor of ties with its former Soviet master. The resumption next year of oil flows to the Odessa refinery after a three-year break was a boost for President Viktor Yanukovich's hopes of securing new Russian loans at talks which began in the Kremlin on Tuesday.
Russia's President Vladimir Putin (L) shows the way to his Ukrainian counterpart Viktor Yanukovich before a meeting of the Russian-Ukrainian Interstate Commission at the Kremlin in Moscow on December 17, 2013. Russia has agreed to resume oil supplies to a refinery in Ukraine, traders said, in a sign Moscow is ready to reward the country's president for spurning a trade deal with Europe in favor of ties with its former Soviet master. The resumption next year of oil flows to the Odessa refinery after a three-year break was a boost for President Viktor Yanukovich's hopes of securing new Russian loans at talks which began in the Kremlin on Tuesday.

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