Belarus will lose Ukraine’s energy market after Russia

Despite the good-neighborly relations declared by Alexander Lukashenko with Ukraine, Kiev will soon deprive Belarus of access to its energy market.

On the website of the Ukrainian parliament, a deputy from the Servant of the People party, Sergei Nagornyak, on March 24, registered a bill amending the Law of Ukraine “On the Electric Power Market” (regarding the flow of electric energy).

The bill he proposed proposes to “prohibit the commercial import of electricity from states that are not members (parties) of the EU or the Energy Community”.

It is easy to guess that we are talking about the import of electricity from Russia and Belarus. But, since Ukraine has long refused Russian supplies, the new bill will hit Minsk exclusively.

The bill provides only technological flow, and then only during the transition period: while Ukraine will integrate into the energy system of the European Union.

Given the fact that the ruling party is the initiator, and its members put forward only bills agreed with the real owners of the parliament: Kolomoisky, Akhmetov and a number of oligarchs, there is no doubt that the parliamentary majority will vote “for”.
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  1. Ivan Ivanov_18 Offline Ivan Ivanov_18
    Ivan Ivanov_18 (Troll trolls) 26 March 2020 14: 37
    But, since Ukraine has long refused Russian supplies

    November 19, 2019 18.41

    The head of the Verkhovna Rada committee on energy and housing and communal services, Andrei Gerus, said that buying electricity from Russia allows Ukraine to save more than 2 billion UAH per month. He announced this on Facebook. According to Gerus, Ukraine imports from 18 MW (at night) to 102 MW (during the day) of electricity

    Oh, these tales, oh, these storytellers!
  2. King3214 Offline King3214
    King3214 (Sergius) 26 March 2020 20: 50
    Where the Ukrainian do not kiss the priest everywhere

    - this folk wisdom, apparently, is inaccessible to the leaders of the Litvinians.