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MOSCOW, March 21. /TASS/. No decisions have been made on granting access to gas export to other companies apart from Gazprom, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Monday when commenting media reports about a letter from Gazprom CEO Alexey Miller to Russia's Presidential administration containing a negative stance on proposals of Rosneft and Novatek regarding access of independent companies to gas export.
Peskov said he is still not ready to "comment on official correspondence."
When answering the question when a decision could be made regarding the issue he said: "I do not know. No decisions have been made yet, so there is nothing to discuss publicly."
He added that President Putin has no related meetings scheduled for nearest future.