This was Tyhypko's comment to Interfax-Ukraine in Moscow on his talks with the head of the Russian central bank, Sergey Ignatyev, and on reports about the possibility of adoption of the Russian rouble as the common currency of Russia and Belarus from 2005.
"We did not discuss a common currency. To tell the truth, I don't
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