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Prime Minister of Ukraine did not rule out "gas war" with Russia

2019-12-10T10:16:28.950Z

Prime Minister of Ukraine Alexey Goncharuk did not rule out the possibility that Kiev will have to negotiate gas with Moscow against the backdrop of the “gas war”.



He stated this, commenting on the outcome of the Norman summit, which was held in Paris.

“We have achieved our goal in the gas issue - we have moved the issue of gas transit beyond the discussion of the situation in the Donbass. They did not agree on a contract, but this was not to be held in Paris. Ukraine will agree on gas further, perhaps simply, perhaps with a "gas war," Goncharuk wrote on Facebook.

He added that Ukraine is “fully prepared” for this.

“Our storage facilities are full, our logic is supported by the EU and the decision of the Stockholm arbitration, and Nord Stream 2 is not completed,” the prime minister said.

Earlier, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky estimated the likelihood of extending the contract for gas transit from Russia to Europe through Ukraine from January 1, 2020.

Source: russiart

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