The main theme of the program is the forthcoming discussion in the Federation Council of the Russian Federation of the Treaty on Friendship, Cooperation and Partnership between Russia and Ukraine in connection with its expected signing.
The governor and the minister assume the consequences that may entail the ratification of this treaty, in particular, concerns are expressed about Ukraine's accession to NATO.
Current relations between the two countries are discussed, and a possible scenario for their further development.
The status of the Crimea and Sevastopol as a separate administrative unit is considered (the treaty of 1948, according to which, according to Yu.
Luzhkov, Sevastopol remains a Russian city).
The issue of placing the bases of the Black Sea Fleet of Russia in Sevastopol is being raised.
Direct inclusion from the studio in Moscow with a studio in Kiev:
Communication with the Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine, Vladimir Gorbulin.
Luzhkov Yuri - the mayor of Moscow. Pastukhov Boris - Minister for CIS Affairs.