Zelensky team demands Cabinet to cut gas prices for consumers since May 1

Source : 112 Ukraine

The president-elect's associates are concerned about the possible limitation of Russian gas supplies since June 1
10:50, 24 April 2019

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The team of Ukraine's president-elect Volodymyr Zelensky demands that the Cabinet and Naftogaz-Ukraine company cut the gas prices for households since May 1. The respective message appeared on the team's official Facebook page.

According to them, the price of gas in Ukraine exceeds that on the European market. This, the team believes is due to the fact that in Europe, the prices have been dropping for four months in a row. 

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The president-elect's associates are concerned about the possible limitation of Russian gas supplies since June 1, and the full cease of these supplies since January 1, 2020. That, according to them, will lead to financial losses and risk of losing gas supplies'.

Currently, the party Servant of People is not represented in the Ukrainian Parliament. Dmytro Razumkov, Volodymyr Zelensky's team speaker said that during The Pulse talk show on 112 Ukraine TV channel.

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'There's no party or parliamentary faction of Servant of People in the Parliament. Besides, I would like to make myself clear: we are aware that in various regions across the country, there are talks and speculations about those appointing people and manage certain processes in these regions. This is either manipulation or deliberate speculation there. Neither candidate Zelensky nor the representatives of Servant of People party delegated any of these authorities. This is against the basic principles, which Volodymyr Zelensky declared and carried across the entire election campaign', Razumkov said.

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