He wrote about this on his Facebook page.

“Will there be an increase in gas supplies to Europe?

So far we have not received additional transit requests.

Moreover, transit is still less (88 million cubic meters) than booked and paid for by Gazprom (109 million cubic meters), ”said Makogon.

Earlier, Makogon said that since November 1, the transit of Russian gas through the country has reached 57 million cubic meters.

m per day.

On November 5, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba said that Moscow was "restricting" gas exports to the EU to create an energy crisis.

On October 27, Russian President Vladimir Putin, during a meeting on the resource potential of Yamal, asked Gazprom, after pumping gas into Russian underground storage facilities, to start work on increasing the volume of gas in European UGS facilities.