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Lithuania clarifies stance on Russian exclave transit

Lithuania will maintain the ban on the transit of sanctioned goods between Kaliningrad Region and mainland Russia, President Gitanas Nauseda has said. “It is absolutely clear that Lithuania must and will implement EU sanctions,” Nauseda wrote in a Facebook post on Saturday. “Lithuania must and will maintain control over the …

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Turkey suggests alternative gas transit route to EU

Turkey can serve as a transit point for the supply of Russian gas to the European market, Deputy Minister of Energy and Natural Resources Alparslan Bayraktar said on Thursday during a speech at the Baku Energy Forum. “Turkey wants to use the entire infrastructure for domestic production in the context …

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Kiev rejects Russia’s gas transit request

Russian energy giant Gazprom said on Thursday that it currently supplies gas for transit to Europe via the Sudzha entry point. The application for pumping through the Sokhranovka transit point has been rejected by Ukraine, according to Gazprom’s official spokesman Sergey Kupriyanov. The company said that the volume of the …

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Ukraine wants 15 more years of Russian gas transit fees

Speaking on Saturday as part of an interview with US state-run outlet RFERL (registered as a foreign agent in Russia), Denis Shmyhal announced that his country’s government is looking to prolong the agreement under which Moscow exports supplies across the Soviet-built overground network. According to him, the country is “negotiating …

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Putin instructs Russian energy minister to ensure gas transit through Ukraine is maintained & Gazprom honors existing contracts

Putin explained that even if paying EU-imposed penalties was more profitable, he preferred to see the continuation of contracts with Kiev. The Russian President’s comments came as gas prices reached unprecedented levels across Europe.  “Gazprom believes it would benefit more from paying a fine to Ukraine and enhancing gas transit …

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