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ST PETERSBURG Russia (Reuters) - Russia has still not received any new payment from Ukraine for natural gas supplies, Energy Minister Alexander Novak said on Saturday.
Russian state-run natural gas exporter Gazprom has threatened to halt deliveries to Ukraine on June 3 if Kiev does not pay for its gas in advance and does not start reducing its $3.5 billion (2.07 billion pounds) gas debt.
(Reporting by Denis Pinchuk, Editing by Timothy Heritage)
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