According to him, the representatives of Gazprom initially proposed to conduct a GIS Suj check from November 11 to 15, but then canceled the decision without agreeing on a new deadline.
“Gazprom’s unwillingness to allow Ukrtransgaz specialists to check the border GIS looks very suspicious ... If the Suji test is not carried out, this will also signal to European consumers about possible creative actions from the Russian side,” Kobolev wrote on Facebook page.
The head of Naftogaz noted that up to 70% of Russian gas transit to European countries passes through this station.
“The lack of agreed volumes of transit gas that entered Ukraine can lead to the resumption of old songs about gas thefts,” he warned.
Earlier, Naftogaz announced its intention to recover $ 3 billion from Gazprom by the end of 2020.
The head of the Alpari information and analytical center, Alexander Razuvaev, in an interview with the FAN, emphasized that a new gas transit agreement between Gazprom and Naftogaz is possible only if the court claims are completely nullified.