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Russia and Ukraine have not yet agreed on terms for gas deliveries and transit
Russia and Ukraine have not yet agreed on terms for gas deliveries and transit, Russia's minister of industry and energy said Thursday. "We are working on three documents - two contracts [on gas transit and deliveries] and an underlying intergovernmental protocol for 2006," Viktor Khristenko said at a meeting between the Russian president and gas negotiators. "For the moment, the only undisputed figure is the volume of possible gas transit to Europe - at least 110 billion cubic meters," Khristenko said. As for the other figures, including both the volume of deliveries and price, the sides have not yet reached an agreement, the minister said. President Vladimir Putin said he and the Ukrainian leader had agreed back in March to move to market gas prices. "There has been plenty of time since then to resolve all the issues at the corporate and government levels," he said.
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