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2019-11-22 12:10:00

RUSSIA'S GAS DISCOUNT: 20-25%

RUSSIA'S GAS DISCOUNT: 20-25%

PLATTS - Russia has proposed resuming direct gas sales to Ukraine of around 15 Bcm a year, Russian energy minister Alexander Novak said Wednesday.

Speaking to reporters in Moscow, Novak said this was the volume that had been discussed at recent trilateral talks with Ukraine and the EU on future arrangements for Russian gas transit via Ukraine to Europe.

"The total volume is [...] based on demand needs," Novak said.

Last week, President Vladimir Putin said Russia wanted…

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