The Kerch strait will be delimitated according to the Russia demands, says Ihor Vasiunyk, ex-deputy head of Naftohaz Ukrayiny and deputy head of Front for Change, Lviv branch.
As a result of the talks, Russia will get control over navigation in the Kerch strait, Vasiunyk said.
There’s cautious information from the presidential administration about the distribution of the oil-rich Pallas sea shelf in the Black Sea. It looks that the Russians were allowed to extract gas there, although the license issued to Gazprom expires in 2012, Vasiunyk said.
What happened at the summit is yet another sell-out of Ukraine’s national interests, similar to the Kharkiv agreement and the Russia language law, Vasiunyk said.