The government asked the Supervisory Board of Naftogaz not to pay bonuses to top managers yet – Honcharuk

Prime Minister of Ukraine Oleksiy Honcharuk said in an interview with Ukrayinska Pravda that the government had turned to the supervisory board of Naftogaz of Ukraine with a request to refrain from any actions aimed at paying bonuses for now.

“The government addressed the Naftogaz Supervisory Board with a letter and we asked them to refrain from any actions aimed at paying these huge bonuses so far in order to consult with them. This month they are going to a meeting of the Supervisory Board. I expect that before this we will have a meeting, and I think that we will try to find some compromise solution”, he said.

He also noted that the issue of extending the contract with Andriy Kobolyev is still open. Honcharuk, on the one hand, noted the effective activity of the company, in particular, unbundling and the continuation of transit, but the Prime Minister is unhappy with the decline in production.

Ukrgazvydobuvannya together with a Canadian company filed an application for participation in the development of oil and gas fields.

It was previously reported that Gazprom had paid Naftogaz $2.9 billion by decision of the Stockholm arbitration.

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