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Gas row between Moscow and Kiev


The negotiations between Russia and Ukraine over unpaid bills and gas prices have failed. From now on Russia will only supply its neighbour with gas paid for in advance. Must Europe also fear for its gas supplies?



Contributors - Romania | Friday, 24. October 2014

Next government in Kiev faces daunting tasks

On the eve of Sunday's parliamentary elections in Ukraine Petro Poroshenko's pro-European alliance has a clear lead in the polls. The new government will face huge challenges, the blog portal Contributors writes: » more



Il Sole 24 Ore - Italy | Tuesday, 17. June 2014

EU hit by Moscow's secret weapon

Russia has warned the EU about problems with its gas deliveries should Ukraine tap into supplies destined for transit through the country. The EU should put its foot down and up the pressure on Russia, the liberal business daily Il Sole 24 Ore urges: » more


ABC - Spain | Tuesday, 17. June 2014

Europe must cut dependence on Russian gas

Europe should adjust its energy strategy and Spain can play a key role in this, the conservative daily ABC argues: » more


Die Presse - Austria | Tuesday, 17. June 2014

More power for Brussels in energy issues

Russia's suspension of gas deliveries to Ukraine has also raised concerns about shortages in the European Union. Europe finally needs to come up with a common energy strategy to reduce its dependence on Russia, the liberal-conservative daily Die Presse urges: » more


NRC Handelsblad - Netherlands | Tuesday, 17. June 2014

Gas war is pure politics

For both Moscow and Brussels the gas dispute is not just about economic issues but above all about securing power, the liberal daily NRC comments: » more


Právo - Czech Republic | Friday, 13. June 2014

Kiev blocking solution to gas dispute

The negotiations between the Russian and Ukrainian energy ministers in Brussels in the dispute over Russian gas deliveries to Ukraine again failed to produce an agreement on Wednesday. But the ball is in Ukraine's court, the left-leaning daily Právo writes: » more


 

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