Moscow. 14 Dec. The Minister of energy and coal industry of Ukraine Igor Nasalik assured that the decision of the Antimonopoly Committee of Ukraine (AMCU) will have no impact on the transit of Russian gas.
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“The Antimonopoly Committee is an independent body and no one can influence, on the other hand, take the transit gas technically impossible, so it is obvious that the AMC will take any other decisions on the implementation of its decisions, moreover, it is more the powers of the Executive service,” – said the Minister to journalists after a government meeting on Wednesday.
According to him, Ukraine has international commitments on gas transit and intends to comply with them. Nasalik also noted that the decision of a question on “winter gas package” is not essential for Ukraine, because the country has no problems with the passage of the autumn-winter period.
5 Dec Kyiv Economic court fully upheld the claim of the Antimonopoly Committee of Ukraine to “Gazprom” on enforcement proceedings from this company of fine in the amount of 172 billion hryvnia (about $6,64 billion at current exchange rates). Later “Gazprom” has filed a lawsuit in the Stockholm arbitration court on the decision of the Kiev court.