Slovakia, Ukraine to hold talks on reverse gas flow Tuesday

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  • Monday, 14 Apr 2014

PRAGUE (Reuters) - Slovakia and Ukraine will hold talks on Tuesday on the possibility of reversing the flow of natural gas to Ukraine, the Slovak Economy Ministry said on Monday.

The ministry said the meeting, at the gas pumping station of Velke Kapusany on the Ukrainian border, would be attended by Ukrainian and Slovak ministers in charge of energy, a high-ranking representative of the European Commission but not the Russian side which the Slovaks had also been keen to involve in the talks.

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