Lithuania is going to supply gas to the Ukraine through Poland.

Lithuania could start delivering gas to the Ukraine from its LNG terminal in Klaipeda since 2019, Rokas Masiulis, the Minister of Energy of Lithuania, announced on Monday at a meeting of the Council of Presidents of the two countries, Evropeyskaya Pravda informs.

"We are starting to build a gas pipeline into Poland and we will be able to supply gas to the Ukraine across this country, when the compounds are strengthened", - he stated.

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