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Gazprom could supply more gas to Poland without middlemen


MOSCOW, March 13 (RIA Novosti) - Gazprom could supply extra natural gas to Poland without any intermediary traders, Russia's transportation minister said on Friday.

"Poland has asked Russia for additional volumes of gas," said Igor Levitin, who also co-chairs a Russian-Polish government commission. "Gazprom says extra gas could be supplied without intermediaries if an additional agreement is signed to the 1993 deal."

Polish media reported on Thursday that Moscow and Warsaw had agreed to sign a deal on gas supplies to Poland replacing the 1993 agreement currently in force.

Russian gas has not been supplied in full to Poland since the January dispute with transit nation Ukraine, which led to a cutoff in shipments. The Russian gas monopoly increased shipments to the country after the dispute was resolved, but Warsaw said last week it had received only 78% of the contracted volumes.

In January, Poland said it was receiving 7 million cu m of gas, half of the agreed daily gas supplies, via Ukraine. Gazprom CEO Alexei Miller blamed Swiss-registered gas trader RosUkrEnergo for the shortage, and Poland threatened to sue the company.

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