Sunday, December 27, 2009

The Prime Minister of Ukraine has denies cash shortage for Russian gas bill

On Saturday Ukrainian prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko without accusations by Russian gas export huge Gazprom that Kiev may not be talented to disburse its power bill this month not paid to a cash crunch.
‘We—Ukraine—are clearly and self-confidently running our economic life through the emergency,’ the Interfax news agency quoted her as saying.
Alexei Miller Gazprom chief executive believed Friday that Ukraine had slash back on purchases of Russian gas since mid-December and appeared to be in front of ‘grave problems with expense.’
But prime minister of the Ukrainian said: ‘Such statements have been completed at the ending of each month for at smallest amount the last year.’
Ukraine has pending January 11 to pay for gas, according to Gazprom, which has cut off materials to the country over voluntary bills constantly in the history.

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