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These issues are not addressed by the government, and today I do not report on this issue. As for privatization, you know that last year the government took a decision on reforming of "Naftogaz", and the corresponding decision was submitted to the
European Union officials on Monday played down the impact of the gas dispute between Ukraine and Russia despite supply disruptions that are making some countries in Europe dip into gas reserves. The cutoff of Russia n natural gas supplies to Ukraine
Therefore, the Russian colleagues have understood that they lose their market, and we lose production. It's time to make mutual advances," he said to journalists in Moscow.
Ukraine abandoned the European Union on Tuesday by agreeing to take $15 billion and reduced natural gas prices from Russia. The deal, which
27 Ukraine's debt to Gazprom makes two billion dollar Talks on settlement of the debt of Ukraine's Naftogaz to Russia's Gazprom amounting to $2 billion for supplied gas continue, Gazprom CEO Aleksey Miller says. "As of today, Naftogaz debt to Gazprom
A dispute over late payment of $882 million owed by Ukraine's Naftogaz to Russia's Gazprom will be resolved Monday, a Ukrainian minister said. Minister of Energy and Mines Eduard Stavytskyy told Ukrainian broadcaster Channel 5 Saturday during a
The time runs out today, and Naftogaz CEO will report to me this evening," Stavitsk isaid. He also said that the matter of payments between "Naftogaz" and "Gaprom" is not unique situation in the world. "I am sure we can manage to settle the issue,
Gazprom's CEO Alexei Miller has said the transit of Russian gas exports to Europe is once again at risk again, due to the low levels of gas in Ukrainian underground bunkers ahead of winter, when cold weather pushes up demand. "This deal with Ostchem
And the other side is our reality, if we raise the price for gas, then people will pay for gas by 40% more...That is why there will be no growth of gas prices," Pinchuk said.
We quietly await the heating season," Arbuzov said, responding to a question that "Naftogaz" does not accept the payments with notes. At the same time, the first vice-premier noted that the law on promissory notes starts entering into force. "We are