REUTERS Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman says the Boryspil International Airport succeeded in the latest round of negotiations with Europe&#39;s largest low-cost air carrier Ryanair. "We will expect that the agreement between Boryspil and Ryanair will be signed as early as this week," he said at a meeting of the Cabinet of Ministers on March 21. According to Groysman, the Boryspil Airport is introducing a new pricing system. Read alsoUkraine&#39;s Infrastructure Minister: Talks with Ryanair succeed, flights to start in autumnAs UNIAN reported earlier, on March 15, 2017, Europe&#39;s largest low-cost air carrier, Ryanair, announced the opening from October 30, 2017, of 11 flights from Kyiv and Lviv. On July 10, 2017, Boryspil CEO Pavlo Ryabikin said that signing a contract with Ryanair could inflict annual damage to the airport totaling some UAH 2 billion in under-received profit. He called the contract with Ryanair financially unfavorable for the company and refused to sign it until the airport&#39;s requirements were taken into account. On July 10, 2017, Ryanair announced their withdrawal from Ukraine due to non-compliance by Boryspil officials with agreements previously reached with the Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine.