Moldova did not buy Russian gas for rubles
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Since the beginning of May, Moldova has been buying Russian gas in euros after the termination of payment in dollars, because the country is not included in the list of unfriendly countries of the Russian Federation. This was told by the head of the company “Moldovagaz” Vadim Cheban.

“Since May 1, we have been paying in euros, payments are already being made in euros. We do not pay in rubles. We do not have dollars in the contract with Gazprom, only euros and rubles. We are not included in the list of unfriendly countries,” Ceban said on the RTR Moldova TV channel.

At the end of October, Gazprom and Moldovagaz extended the gas supply contract for five years. Russia demanded from unfriendly countries from April 1 to pay for gas only in rubles. This decision of the President of the Russian Federation was supported by 76% of citizens, of which 27% thought that the measure would help strengthen the ruble, VTsIOM reported following a survey. According to Moldovan President Maia Sandu, the country has no alternative to Russian gas, because buying fuel on the market will be much more expensive. RT.

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Since the beginning of May, Moldova has been buying Russian gas in euros after the termination of payment in dollars, because the country is not included in the list of unfriendly countries of the Russian Federation. This was told by the head of the company “Moldovagaz” Vadim Cheban. “Since May 1, we have been paying in euros, payments are already being made in euros. We do not pay in rubles. We do not have dollars in the contract with Gazprom, only euros and rubles. We are not included in the list of unfriendly countries,” Ceban said on the RTR Moldova TV channel. At the end of October, Gazprom and Moldovagaz extended the gas supply contract for five years. Russia demanded from unfriendly countries from April 1 to pay for gas only in rubles. This decision of the President of the Russian Federation was supported by 76% of citizens, of which 27% thought that the measure would help strengthen the ruble, VTsIOM reported following a survey. According to Moldovan President Maia Sandu, the country has no alternative to Russian gas, because buying fuel on the market will be much more expensive, RT reports.

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