Alyaksandr Lukashenka said on Friday that he had no grievances against Russian natural gas giant Gazprom "for the first time in many years."
Aleksei Miller, chief executive of Russia’s government-controlled natural gas monopolist Gazprom, is expected to return to Minsk on Friday for a meeting with Alyaksandr Lukashenka, according to Interfax.
Belarus currently buys Russian natural gas at a price of $223 per 1000 cubic meters, Uladzimir Mayoraw, director general of Belarus’ gas supply company Beltranshaz, told reporters in Minsk on Friday.
Europe “has seen once again that it should more actively look for alternative sources of hydrocarbon materials, and that it absolutely should not rely on Russia,” Alyaksandr Lukashenka said in an interview broadcast by EuroNews on Friday night, as quoted by
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin met with Gazprom CEO Aleksei Miller on June 24 to discuss the Russian gas monopoly's latest dispute with Belarus, BelaPAN reports.
The Belarusian authorities have asked a price for gas transit that is inconsistent with the effective contract, Aleksei Miller, CEO of Russia's gas giant Gazprom, said at a meeting with Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin in Novokuznetsk on June 24,
Gazprom CEO Aleksei Miller informed President Dmitry Medvedev of the restoration of full-volume deliveries to Belarus in a telephone conversation.
Russia’s Gazprom on Wednesday reduced the daily amount of gas deliveries to Belarus by 60 percent, stepping up pressure on Minsk amid a bitter dispute that threatens...
At the same time, he stressed that Gazprom owed Belarus more than the latter`s debt for gas deliveries and suggested using a mutual debt netting deal to settle the dispute.
\"Belarus took no steps to clear its debt for Russian gas deliveries over the past 24 hours and a reduction of 30 percent in the planned amount of supplies...
Russian President stressed that Gazprom could not accept “cakes, butter, cheese or other means of payment” instead of money from Belarus.
\"Considering the price of gas that has already been supplied in June and the amount of the debt, which is $192 million,...
There are no political motives behind Russia\'s gas debt ultimatum, foreign ministry\'s spokesman says
There are no political motives behind Russia`s demand that Belarus should settle its $200-million gas debt by June 21, Andrey Savinykh, spokesman for the Belarusian foreign ministry, told reporters in Minsk on June 17, as quoted by
In the letters, Gazprom accused Belarus of violating the terms of their gas supply contract signed in December 2006 on a regular basis and suggested taking \"exhaustive measures\"...
Gazprom says that Belarus continues to pay $150 for 1000 cubic meters, lower than the contract price that was raised from $121.98 in the fourth quarter of 2009 to $169.22
Russia’s state natural gas monopolist Gazprom has threatened that its gas supply to Belarus may be reduced if Minsk does not repay a debt of $244 million...
If there’s no indebtedness, there’re no debts at all...
Aleksei Miller, chairman of the board of Russia's natural gas giant Gazprom, and Alyaksandr Azyarets, Belarus' minister of energy, held a working meeting in Moscow on April 3.
Russian natural gas giant Gazprom has removed all its objections to a deal on next year's supplies to Belarus, Russian media outlets quoted Gazprom CEO Aleksei Miller as saying following a round of talks with the Belarusian first deputy prime minister on Tuesday.
Dmitry Kazakov, director general of the Beltransgaz natural gas pipeline operator, met with Gazprom CEO Aleksei Miller in Moscow on November 8.