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Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Smart enough to Ukraine to ban Russian gas

The authors believe that the refusal of Russian gas will help Ukraine to save a significant part of the budget, and will be an obstacle for the oligarchs who profit from gas transactions.

The document was posted on a special page with e-petitions on the website of the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko on 5 may. The authors of the idea offer to introduce a ban on the supply of natural gas from Russia starting in 2017.

Proposed to issue a Decree banning the supply of Russian gas and to make appropriate changes to the legislation” – proposed by the authors of the document, explaining the initiative of the undeniable benefits from its approval decision to the problems with the price of gas and its transportation.

“And this will lead to the solution of problems with subsidies, the profit of some oligarchs for the manipulation of gas prices. The budget would save huge amounts of money,” added the authors of the petition.

“To 2017 there are eight months, during which time you can go to an alternative form of energy – electricity, coal, firewood, peat. And who does not want to switch to an alternative fuel, may, for a period of the heating season to travel to the southern regions (like birds in winter flying South)… will Not need to maintain an army of officials who are engaged in the gas and experience the false pride in the fact that Ukraine allegedly without gas supplies from Russia, in fact getting more expensive gas in Europe”, reads the petition.

To ensure that the document was reviewed by the head of state, he needs to collect 25,000 signatures for 92 days. At the time of publication of this article, the petition has gained 13 votes.

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