Gazprom reduced the transit of gas from the Russian Federation to the European Union through Ukraine to 57 million cubic meters per day from November 1.
This is reported by UA with reference to the Facebook page of the General Director of the GTS Operator of Ukraine Serhiy Makogon.
“From October 1, transit through Ukraine dropped to 86 million m3 per day. At the same time, Gazprom pays for transit capacity of 109 million m3. With such volumes of transportation, Gazprom will not deliver about 5 billion m3 to the EU by the end of May. From November 1, transit through Ukraine has once again decreased to 57 million per day” – said in a message by Makogon.
To remind, Ukraine and Romania have lent gas to Moldova.
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