Ukraine to export electricity to Belarus and Moldova - Nasalik
Energy Minister Igor Nasalik plans to start exporting electricity abroad in 2 months
Ukrainian government intends export electricity to a number of European countries. The supplies may start this year at the end of September - beginnig of October. Igor Nasalik, Minister of Energy and Coal Industry, stated that on air of NewsOne TV-channel.
"Today Ukraine is not exporting electricity. We send an insignificant part only to Poland. I must tell you that at the end of September - beginning of October we will export electricity to Belarus and Moldova We will not have any problems," - said the head of the energy department.
Besides Nasalik stressed that Ukraine will make in exporting electricity at least 350 million dollars next year.
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