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“We have talked today and agreed to redeem the debt with the help of property, Petrohemije company in particular,” Dacic said.
Serbia’s debt to Gazprom amounts to $180 million, including $148 million it owes for February-March 2013 and March-April 2014 supplies and $34.8 million for the 1995-2001 supplies. Gazprom has suggested adding $3 to the price of gas it supplies to Serbia to offset its debt.
Serbia has also suggested Russia returns to a tolling model of gas supplies to the country, Dacic said, adding that due to the Ukrainian crisis Serbia asked Russia to find additional possibilities of supplying gas to the country.