I have a couple of comments on external economic relations. Obviously the example of the free trade agreement with Canada is our standard, and it's probably the leading one.
As to what we have done as a process, I think Ukraine has improved access to Asian markets, especially to China. We extended some limits of trade agreements with the EU, but a little bit, because Ukrainian potential is much higher. After we lost the Russian markets, we suffered in trying to replace these with access to other markets, that's for sure. We still struggle. I think it will take another two to five years until Ukrainian enterprises plus state or governmental work—paperwork—will allow Ukrainian products to access other markets.
When you talk about Turkey and Russia, I think the right impact or the direct influence will be on the energy sector. As you know, the Turkish government did not allow us to go through the Bosporus with LNG, for example, for a project. With the new pipeline for gas, I think it will be even more difficult to find any compromise for this. Obviously the impact will be severe. As our vice speaker said, we should find our own counter-strategy for what we have to do as Ukraine, together with our partners.