G-7 approves energy reforms in Ukraine
G-7 leaders praised the reforms implemented during last two years
"With reference to the critical situation between Ukraine and Russia we once again point up that energy should not be used as a weapon or an intimidation instrument. We approve the serious reforms that have already been done in Ukraine, and encourage working on them. We also advise GTSO of Ukraine to cooperate with corresponding companies in other countries", reads the declaration.
Yatsenyuk’s government declared the energetic independence from Russia and energetic reform its priority, reports UNIAN.
For the past two years Ukraine has been able to reduce the price of Russian gas by half and switch to gas supplies from Europe. This winter Ukraine was able to stop supplies from Russia’s "Gasprom" gas company.
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