UKRAINE STILL TRYING
Ukrainian and Slovak officials Thursday said issues remain with a plan to give Ukraine a new delivery channel for natural gas from the European Union as the country seeks cheaper gas than that being offered by Russia.
The officials said they would continue three-way talks Friday and into the weekend in the hope of signing on Monday a memorandum of understanding on the deal.
Slovakia is offering Ukraine use of a secondary pipeline with annual capacity of 10 billion cubic meters. But reversing flows in the main Slovak pipeline to allow gas shipments to Ukraine creates legal issues between Slovakia and Russia's…
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