Possible interruption of gas supply to Moldova due to debt

02.10.2022. / 13:02

MOSCOW – Gazprom confirmed the delivery of 5.7 million cubic meters of gas per day to Moldova during October, but also stressed that it can terminate the contract at any time because no agreement has been reached on the settlement of the country’s debt.

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Gazprom confirmed gas deliveries to Moldova for October in the volume of 5.7 million cubic meters per day, it was stated in the announcement, which added that the volume was determined by the unilateral refusal of the Ukrainian side to receive Russian gas at the Sohranovka measuring station, reported TAS S.

It was also noted that the Moldovan side regularly violates the terms of the contract regarding the payment terms for the delivered gas.

Gazprom’s announcement states that Moldova has not yet concluded an agreement on the settlement of debts accumulated over the years.

For this reason, Gazprom has the right to terminate the current contract at any time, the company pointed out.

The General Director of Moldovagaz, Vadim Cheban, said earlier that Russian gas deliveries continued despite the fact that Chisinau did not honor the agreements on signing the contract on settlement of arrears.

Tanjug


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