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The EU will not accept a "veto" by Russia on the bloc's ties with former Soviet republics, European Commission chief Manuel Barroso has said - reports BBC.
Speaking at a EU meeting in Vilnius, Mr Barroso said the era of "limited sovereignty was over in Europe".
The summit failed to revive an association agreement with Ukraine that was due to be its centrepiece.
Ukraine's president said he could not afford to sacrifice trade with Russia - which opposes the deal - for EU ties.