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MOSCOW, May 25. /TASS/. The Slovak gas transmission system operator Eustream has no plans to acquire a stake in Ukraine’s gas transport system, a representative in the company told TASS Monday.
"Currently, we’re not negotiating a stake acquisition in Ukraine’s gas transport system with Naftogaz," the representative in Eustream said.
As was reported earlier with reference to the Head of Naftogaz of Ukraine Andrey Kobolev the company is holding negotiations with two major European companies concerning its participation in the joint venture to manage Ukraine’s gas transport assets and natural gas storages.