Date: 10 months ago   Category: Energy

Moldova intends to begin in 2019 negotiations on extension of the contract with Gazprom — Rambler News Service


Moldova expects to begin negotiations on extension of the contract with Gazprom for supply of gas to the country in 2019, the Minister of Economy and Infrastructure of Moldova Kirill Gaburich has said. "On a question of whether negotiations with Gazprom after period of validity of the contract will be resumed, the minister Gaburich has told that negotiations on this occasion will take place in 2019" — reports the Moldavian edition Bani. Gaburich has also noted that there are no prerequisites for a rupture of the contract with Gazprom. "The contract works until the end of 2019, and at the moment there are no conditions for his cancellation or refusal of any of the parties of the obligations" — the Moldavian minister has told. At the same time the head of department has noted that at the end of this week Moldova and Romania can finish coordination of construction of the Kishinev-Ungena gas pipeline between gas transmission systems of two countries. According to him, in Chisinau there will arrive the Minister of Economics of Romania Denuts Andrushka and the head of Transgaz Ion Sterian. After the end of the meeting it is planned to start construction, and start of the gas pipeline in operation is planned until the end of 2019. According to Gaburich, the gas pipeline will be one more argument in negotiations with Gazprom though it is under construction not for this purpose, and for energy security of Moldova. Now Moldova buys gas from Gazprom under the contract concluded in 2008. Contracts between Gazprom and Moldovagaz to consumers of Moldova and transit of gas through her territory affect gas supply till December 31, 2019. The companies have prolonged contracts in December, 2016. Moldovagaz — the joint Moldavian-Russian joint stock company created by Gazprom, the government of Moldova and the ministry of the industry of Transnistria.

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