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The EU has held out a promise of more financial aid for Ukraine, if it signs a trade pact. Serhiy Arbuzov, Ukraine’s Deputy Prime Minister, has been to Brussels to seek assistance for the troubled nation.Enlargement Commissioner, Stefan Fuele, told a press conference he had offered a road map allowing Kyiv to work towards signing a deal. “We have agreed today that on the basis of a clear commitment of Ukraine to sign the association agreement, we will prepare a road map for implementation of the association agreement,” he said.After the press conference finished, Arbuzov spoke exclusively to euronews’ Brussels correspondent Andrei Beketov.Arbuzov said his country wants to be closer to the EU, and isn’t looking for a deal with Russia“Our strategic task today is integrating with the EU,” he confirmed. “I am here for everybody to understand this position. I am not working on integrating with other organisations and unions”Andrei Beketov then moved on to the economic problems