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Latest Russia–Ukraine gas disputes Stories

2006-01-04 12:00:55

By Dmitry Zhdannikov MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia and Ukraine struck a face-saving deal on Wednesday to end a bitter dispute over gas prices that disrupted supplies to Europe and cast doubt on Moscow's reliability as a supplier.

2006-01-04 02:58:08

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia and Ukraine struck a five-year gas supply deal on Wednesday after a bruising pricing dispute in which Moscow curtailed deliveries, hitting supplies to European consumers.

2006-01-03 10:43:52

By Christian Lowe MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia's gas deliveries to European customers returned to normal on Tuesday as it traded insults with former ally Ukraine over who was to blame for supply disruptions across the continent.

2006-01-03 08:16:45

By Christian Lowe MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia said deliveries of gas to European customers were back to normal on Tuesday as its energy officials prepared to meet counterparts from Ukraine to discuss a dispute that hit supplies across the continent.

2006-01-02 15:14:09

By Meg Clothier and Nick Antonovics MOSCOW/BERLIN (Reuters) - Russia was forced to all but abandon a gas blockade against neighbouring Ukraine on Monday after European trade partners complained that their own supplies were hit and warned Moscow relations would suffer.

2006-01-02 07:25:43

By Meg Clothier and Nick Antonovics MOSCOW/BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany warned Russia on Monday that its unilateral decision to cut off gas supplies to Ukraine could harm Moscow's economic relations with the West.

2006-01-02 05:37:03

By Meg Clothier MOSCOW (Reuters) - European countries were enduring reduced gas supplies at the height of winter on Monday after Russia halted its deliveries to Ukraine, stirring fears about the use of energy as a political weapon.

2006-01-01 06:21:18

By Christian Lowe MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia began cutting off gas to Ukraine in a dispute that could hit deliveries to a wintry Europe on the very day that Moscow began its first term as chairman of the Group of Eight industrialized nations.

2006-01-01 02:03:55

By Christian Lowe MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia started cutting off gas supplies to Ukraine on Sunday, a move that could hit deliveries to a winter-bound Europe on the day Moscow makes its debut as chairman of the Group of Eight industrialized nations.

2005-12-31 16:58:57

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian gas monopoly Gazprom said early on Sunday Ukraine had refused to sign a contract for gas supplies in 2006 and it was therefore cutting off supplies to the ex-Soviet state in a matter of hours.


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