EU HELP UKRAINE
Slovakia opened a pipeline on Tuesday able to deliver natural gas from the European Union to Ukraine, marking a major step in the bloc's efforts to aid the country in its escalating dispute with Russia.
Opening up so-called reverse gas flows eastward is part of the EU's response to Gazprom's decision to cut supplies to Kiev on June 16 in a row over pricing and in the wake of Moscow's annexation of Crimea.
Ukraine's Prime Minister Arseny Yatsenyiuk said the opening of the pipeline that could potentially meet up to 20 percent of Ukraine's demand showed his country was united with the European Union, which is also…
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