According to Maksym Belyavskyy, Head of Department of Public Relations and Press of Ukrtransgaz, on November 26, 56 million cubic meters of gas was transported through Orlovka, Interfax-Ukraine.
These indicators correspond to transportation through Orlovka during the last days of November. In particular, November 25, 52.9 million cubic meters was transported,
November 24 - 57 million cubic meters, November 23 - 57.7 million cubic meters, November 22 - 47.7 million cubic meters, November 21 - 54.6 million cubic meters, November 20 - 58.9 million cubic meters.
Earlier, Russian bomber Su-24, which took part in the operation against the terrorist group Islamic State (ISIS) in Syria, was shot down last Thursday over Syria by Turkish F-16 fighter and fell on Syrian territory. Russia, in response to it, decided to introduce the restrictive measures for Turkey. According to the application of Alexey Ulyukayev, Minister of Economic Development of Russia, the restrictions may concern the Turkish stream.
Gazprom is refraining now from commenting on the prospects of cooperation with Turkish partners, as well as for promising projects and trade cooperation.