Russian energy company Gazprom has announced that some of the natural gas sent to Moldova remains in Ukraine, so they may cut supplies.
In a written statement from Gazprom, it was reported that part of the natural gas sent to Moldova remained in Ukraine.
The statement notes that the volume of gas supplied by Gazprom to the port of Suca for Moldova exceeds the volume of gas supplied from Ukraine to Moldova, the statement says: deliveries from the port of Suca will begin to decline on November 28.
The report notes that Gazprom will ship 42.9 million cubic meters of natural gas from Suki today.
Shipment continues only at Suca
On May 10, Ukraine stopped shipments at the Sohranivka distribution point, through which a third of Russian natural gas passes to Europe, and gas supplies continue only from the Suka point.
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