Monday, January 19, 2009

Tymoshenko headed the top Russian foreign media.

Over the past week (from 12 to 18 January), the head of the Ukrainian government headed by Yulia Tymoshenko's top foreign policy, which most often wrote the Russian media. This is evidenced by data SCAN ( "System of Integrated analysis of news"), created by Interfax.
Tymoshenko was cited in 1015 materials related to the gas conflict between Russia and Ukraine and the termination of transit, which went through Ukraine to Europe.
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko won in the second place ranking (933 references). The third was newly elected U.S. President Barack Obama (445 references). In the first five foreign politicians joined another representative of Ukraine - Chair of the Board of "Naftogaz" Oleg Dubina (his name had met in 273 submissions).
Among the Russian political leaders are the head of government Vladimir Putin (1684) and the Russian President Dmitry Medvedev (1252 material).
Recall that on 17 January, during the visit of Yulia Tymoshenko to Moscow, an agreement was reached on the formation of prices for Russian gas for Ukraine. In accordance with the arrangements in the first quarter of 2009, Ukraine agrees to pay 360 dollars per thousand cubic meters. The agreement must still approve Viktor Yushchenko.

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