Zhukov positively appraised the program, which outlines strategies to raise bilateral trade to $60-$80 billion by 2010, but said some of its points required further consideration.
At Tuesday's session in Beijing, the Russian-Chinese commission on prime-ministerial meetings said it would instruct relevant government agencies to continue developing the program.
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The self-defense forces in Donbass likely do not have the capability to win. Kiev will simply outlast the republic’s fighters. Ukraine still has many mobilization resources. The most important thing for self-defense fighters is not to win the war but rather not to lose it.