Damascus claims France involved in staging Khan Sheikhoun chemical attackWorld April 27, 12:23
Russian Investigative Committee denies Tu-154 crashed in Sochi due to overloadWorld April 27, 12:12
Russian intelligence chief doubts Trump’s election pledges to fight terrorism 'sincere'Russian Politics & Diplomacy April 27, 11:11
Foreign intelligence chief says current ideological standoff worse than Cold War eraRussian Politics & Diplomacy April 27, 11:10
Russian diplomat believes Western obsession with Assad leads to dead endRussian Politics & Diplomacy April 27, 10:30
Maria Sharapova wins first match after disqualificationSport April 27, 9:38
Abe expects progress in talks on peace treaty with RussiaWorld April 27, 9:06
Media: Israeli Air Force strike hits area near Damascus airportWorld April 27, 8:35
Russian diplomat believes US strikes on Syria make no military or political senseRussian Politics & Diplomacy April 27, 8:30
MOSCOW, June 16. /ITAR-TASS/. The European Commission (EC) has been notified in advance about possible interruptions in the transit of gas after Russia has switched to a pre-payment system for gas supplied to Ukraine, a Gazprom report says.
“The EC was notified about possible gas shortages in case Naftogaz of Ukraine will be siphoning off transit gas,” the report said.
Gazprom says it has already made and will continue making every possible effort to prevent potential interruptions in the transit of gas to European consumers.