EU-Ukraine-Russia technical consultations postponed to next week, - source

The reasons for the postponement are unknown
13:56, 29 November 2019

gas talks
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The EU-Ukraine-Russia trilateral technical consultations on gas supply, which were scheduled for November 29, are postponed to next week.

This was reported by a source at the European Commission in Brussels to the Russian journalists, Interfax-Ukraine informs.

"The tripartite expert meeting was postponed to next week," the source said, without explaining the reasons for the postponement.

Related: Russia is ready to reduce price of gas for Ukraine by 25%, - Putin

On November 20, the parties held preliminary tripartite consultations at the expert level in a teleconference format. Then the participants agreed on further steps in this process.

"It was agreed that the parties would work on the next steps on a bilateral and individual basis over the coming days and would summarize the following week," a European official told reporters at the time.

As we reported earlier, “Naftogaz” won appeal against “Gasprom” in Stockholm Arbitration. Yuriy Vitrenko, the executive director of NJSC “Naftogaz of Ukraine”, announced this on his Facebook page.

Gazprom has appealed against Arbitration Court's Decision on Fuel Supply Contracts to Ukraine.

"Complete victory! Ukraine wins again! We have won the appeal against Gazprom's first complaint against the Stockholm Arbitration’s decision," Yuriy Vitrenko said.

Related: Naftogaz-Ukraine on gas transit contract: It should be concluded in accordance with European rules

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