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GRODNO /Belarus/ September 8. / TASS /. Reverse gas supplies from Europe cost Ukraine $20-30 more than supplies of Russian gas, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev told reporters.
"It is common knowledge that the reverse gas they [Ukraine - TASS] receive from several European countries costs $20-30 more to consumers," the official noted. "Is it is cheaper to receive the Russian gas, or to get reverse gas but for $20-30 dollars more, which means paying the price of $270-280 per 1,000 cubic meters, I mean the price of the third quarter," Medvedev said.