TALLINN - Relations between Ukraine and Estonia will come through a rocky patch caused by differences over their free trade agreement just fine, said Boris Tarasyuk, Urkaine's foreign minister, during a visit to Tallinn last week.Tarasyuk was in town to discuss problems with the free trade agreement, as well as integration into NATO and the European Union."We devoted a lot of our attention to the development of the free trade agreement," Tarasyuk said. "Estonia is benefiting. Despite all temporary measures we were forced to adopt, Estonia is benefiting from this agreement."Estonian exporter...
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