The European Union does not intend to ask Ukraine to extend the agreement on the transit of Russian gas
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The European Union does not intend to ask Ukraine to extend the agreement on the transit of Russian gas

The European Union has decided not to ask Ukraine to extend the agreement on the transit of Russian gas to the territory of the community, which expires at the end of this year. The move is a significant change in EU energy policy and could affect gas supplies to Europe.

The gas transit agreement concluded between Russia and Ukraine ensured the supply of a significant part of Russian gas to Europe through the Ukrainian gas transportation system. However, after its expiration, the European Union intends to refuse to extend the agreement, which could change the current structure of gas supplies.

The EU's decision is driven by several factors, including the desire to reduce dependence on Russian energy resources and strengthen the community's energy security. In recent years, the EU has been actively developing infrastructure for receiving liquefied natural gas (LNG), as well as increasing investment in renewable energy sources.

Experts note that refusal to extend the agreement on gas transit through Ukraine could lead to an increase in the cost of gas for European consumers.

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