Polish gas company Gaz System has resumed gas supplies to Ukraine, reports ITAR-TASS with reference to the press service of the company. The gas is passed through the item Guarded in the direction of Ukraine in accordance with the customer order.
Earlier Gaz System was forced to stop reverse to Ukraine in connection with the reduction of gas supplies from Russia. Supply volume has fallen by almost half.
September 12 on reducing the volume of the resulting fuel has also stated Austria, represented by the local gas company OMV. Delivery Slovak SPP fell by almost 10 percent. Gazprom, however, denied all the accusations, stating that it continues to supply gas to Europe in the same volume.
Due to the inverse (reverse) of Russian gas deliveries from a number of European countries, Ukraine is trying to compensate for the lack of fuel. With the deficit the country has faced once in June, Gazprom reduced gas supplies to Ukraine due to the fact that Kyiv refused to repay debts for already delivered fuel.
In turn, the Russian side, including President Vladimir Putin, has repeatedly called delivery in reverse mode "virtual", meaning that the gas simply does not reach the respective countries, staying in Ukraine.
British singer Morrissey, former leader of the band the Smiths, has responded to the terrorist attack in Manchester. He condemned the actions of the authorities against the background of the attacks. According to him, it's easy for politicians to stay away because they are protected. The actor also expressed surprise that the Queen of England did not cancel the reception on the day of the attack.
Samsung Corporation started development of a new flagship Galaxy S9. It is known that the device will come in two modifications, which are called Star and Star2. Probably, as in the case of the Galaxy S8, they will differ only by screen size. In addition, Samsung is developing in conjunction with Qualcomm Snapdragon processor 845.
By the end of the year the dollar will rise to 68 rubles. On Wednesday, may 24, said the Director of the Center for macroeconomic research of Sberbank Julia tseplyaeva. She also believes that by the end of 2017, inflation in Russia will slow to 3.8 percent, while GDP will grow by 1.2 percent.