Naftogaz allowed a new trial with Gazprom on payments for transit

The company also indicated that they had not yet received payment from Gazprom for gas transit in June

In “Naftogaz” do not rule out a new trial with Gazprom about payments for gas transit. It is reported by “RIA Novosti” with reference to the statement of the head of the Ukrainian company, Yuriy Vitrenko.

“It looks like we are starting a dispute over gas transit through Ukraine, and it looks like we will have a new arbitration between Naftogaz” and “Gazprom” about transit and payments for transit, — said the head of Naftogaz.

According to Vitrenko, Naftogaz has not yet received payment from Gazprom gas transit for the next month.

RBC sent a request to a representative of Gazprom.

The Stockholm arbitration in February 2018 ruled on the claim of Naftogaz to Gazprom, according to which the Russian company must pay compensation for the short supply under the contract for gas transit to Europe. He filed an appeal, but President Vladimir Putin, calling the verdict political, admitted that Russia “should proceed from it.” In December 2019, Gazprom paid “Naftogaz” $2.9 billion

At the same time, Naftogaz and “Gazprom” signed a five-year agreement on gas transit to Europe, which expires in December 2024. During this time Gazprom should pump through Ukraine 225 billion cubic meters. m of gas, including 65 billion cubic meters. m in 2020 and 40 billion cubic meters each. m every next year.

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After the start of the war, the Ukrainian authorities have repeatedly reported on the regular transit of Russian gas through the territory of Ukraine. Former head of Naftogaz Andrey Kobolev said earlier that gas pumping through Ukraine will continue as long as it is “technically possible”.

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