Gas supplies to Europe 'at risk' says Gazprom CEO

Ukraine must pay up or else says Alexey Miller

(ANSA) - Moscow, February 24 - Russian gas supplies to Europe at at "serious risk", Gazprom CEO Alexey Miller told Russian news agency Interfax on Tuesday.
    This is because cash-strapped Ukraine has not paid for March supplies, and right now only has reserves of 219 million cubic meters, according to Miller.
    Gazprom may shut off the flow of gas as a result, Miller warned.
    Russia in October last year agreed to resume supplying Ukraine with gas in a European Union-brokered deal that also secured supplies to the EU.


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