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Sergey Kupriyanov, spokesman for Russia's state gas monopoly Gazprom, on 25 November expressed the hope that there would be no disruption to gas deliveries to Ukraine, but added that "provocations" could not be ruled out. Kupriyanov was interviewed live by Gazprom-owned Ekho Moskvy radio following the signing of an annexe to the Russian-Ukrainian gas agreement cutting the minimum amount of gas Ukraine undertakes to buy from Russia and waiving penalties for under-consumption.
Russian gas supplies to Ukraine
"The main thing is that there are no some force majeure situations or some blatant provocations in Ukraine that would jeopardize compliance with all mutual …