Moldova and Russia formed a bilateral working group to set out contractual conditions for the supply and transit of natural gas from January 1, 2020
According to the Moldovagaz press service, this was said during the XV meeting of the Intergovernmental Commission on Economic Cooperation between Moldova and Russia held in Chisinau on September 18-19, which was attended by Moldovagaz Board Chairman Vadim Ceban. The Commission considered a number of important topics in the energy sector, in particular, in the natural gas sector. In particular, they spoke about the need to extend the validity of existing contracts for the supply and transit of natural gas and / or signing new contracts. The Moldovagaz Board Chairman the noted the relevance and importance of cooperation in the field of the fuel and energy complex, considering it necessary to continue the dialogue between the countries on the platform of the intergovernmental commission, as well as at the level of central authorities and industry enterprises. He noted that the Moldovagaz mission is to ensure reliable supplies of natural gas to Moldovan consumers, as well as continuous gas transit to partners in the Balkan countries. Vadim Ceban emphasized that Moldovagaz has been a reliable partner for many years, fulfilling its contractual obligations, and the company will maintain the same position in future activities. According to the Chairman of the Moldovagaz Board, it is currently advisable to extend the validity of existing supply and transit agreements, based on the circumstances and the expiration on December 31, 2019. As noted, a bilateral working group was formed, which will set out contractual conditions for the supply and transit of natural gas. Vadim Ceban in this context noted the role that Gazprom plays as the largest investor in the economy of our country, as well as a stable and safe supplier of natural gas. // 19.09.2019 - InfoMarket.