<acronym id='cnm3n'><em id='cnm3n'></em><td id='cnm3n'><div id='cnm3n'></div></td></acronym><address id='cnm3n'><big id='cnm3n'><big id='cnm3n'></big><legend id='cnm3n'></legend></big></address>

    1. <i id='cnm3n'></i>
          <i id='cnm3n'><div id='cnm3n'><ins id='cnm3n'></ins></div></i>

        1. <fieldset id='cnm3n'></fieldset>

        2. <dl id='cnm3n'></dl>
          <span id='cnm3n'></span>

            <code id='cnm3n'><strong id='cnm3n'></strong></code>
            <ins id='cnm3n'></ins>
          1. <tr id='cnm3n'><strong id='cnm3n'></strong><small id='cnm3n'></small><button id='cnm3n'></button><li id='cnm3n'><noscript id='cnm3n'><big id='cnm3n'></big><dt id='cnm3n'></dt></noscript></li></tr><ol id='cnm3n'><table id='cnm3n'><blockquote id='cnm3n'><tbody id='cnm3n'></tbody></blockquote></table></ol><u id='cnm3n'></u><kbd id='cnm3n'><kbd id='cnm3n'></kbd></kbd>
          2. 徐州配资期货Ukraine&#x27;s Naftogaz sees little chance of agreement with Gazprom by January 1

            • 时间:
            • 浏览:1
            A ma徐州配资期货n walks pas徐州配资期货t th徐州配资期货e headqua徐州配资期货Rters of the Ukrainian state energy company Naftogaz in central Kiev, Ukraine December 2, 2019. REUTERS/Valentyn Ogirenko

            KIEV (Reuters) - There is very little chance of Ukraine signing a new gas transit deal with Russia’s Gazprom before Jan. 1, Naftogaz Chief Executive Andriy Kobolyev told a conference on Wednesday.

            He also said he had no final confirmation that Russian representatives would attend another round of talks on a new agreement on Thursday.

            Ukraine is a key transit route through which Russian gas reaches Europe but a current deal between the two post-Soviet countries expires at the end of the year.

            “It (the probability of signing by Jan. 1) is gradually approaching zero, but we are optimistic,” Kobolyev said.

            Time is running out to hammer out a new agreement, with relations battered since Moscow annexed Crimea from Ukraine in 2014 and backed separatist fighters in a conflict in the eastern Donbass region.

            Moscow has previously said the transit tariffs proposed by Ukraine to ship Russian gas through its territory next year were too high, a claim dismissed by Kiev.