“Long way gas story” in Ukraine to be continued
At last Ukrainian Cabinet of Ministers ratified the agreement between "Naftogas
At the same time Ukrainian premier-minister Julia Timoshenko noticed that Ukrainian government is going to continue gas negotiations with "Gasprom". Because government has some remarks, one of them is question: who will supply gas to
She reminded that Russian president Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian president Viktor Yuschenko agreed on 12 of February this year about gas supply through RUE during the three month of current year and only in capacity of 7, 5 milliard cubic metres.
The rest of 2008
But now, according to new agreements, neither RUE nor UkrGasEnergo, joint companies of "Naftogas" and "Gasprom", as betweeners, have no legal rights to take gas on the Ukrainian-Russian custom after March 2008.
It should notice that gas negotiations between
Recently the gas, used by
It's not the end "long way gas story" in
Considering strained relations between V.Yuschenko and J.Timoschenko, happened since meeting Russian and Ukrainian presidents in
6 March J.Timoshenko sent letter for V.Juschenko, where she noticed that gas supply to
The head of Ukrainian president Secretariat Viktor Baloga noted that J.Timoshenko in her letter distorted the content of gas agreement, achieved on the meeting V.Yuschenko and V.Putin. He also declared that premier-minister misinformed Ukrainian population about president efforts to solve gas problems in Ukraine.
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