Hungarian operator FGSZ ltd and GTS Operator of Ukraine LLC agreed on the terms of cooperation at the points of connection between Beregovo and Beregdarots, which are fully consistent with the rules of cross-border cooperation and EU law. This was reported by the press service.
“The inter-operator agreement on the connection points between Hungary and Ukraine will enter into force on the first gas day of January 1, 2020”, the statement said.
Starting from January 1, 2020, at Beregovo junction, standard business rules will also apply, which until then have been blocked for other network users by a long-term contract with Gazprom.
The company noted that they already have agreements on cooperation with Poland, Romania and Hungary.
Negotiations on such contracts with Slovakia and Moldova are currently ongoing on a daily basis. It is expected that they will be signed soon.
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