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Kyiv expects Norway may begin gas supply to Ukraine starting 2022

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Ukraine may begin receiving gas directly from Norway starting from 2022, Ukrainian energy and coal industry minister's advisor Maksym Beliavsky said.

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He was citing the signing of a memorandum on cooperation between Poland and Denmark seeking to ensure direct gas supplies from Norway.

"Direct gas flow from Norway to Ukraine is a reality starting from 2022.

"We are yet to build an interconnector between Ukraine and Poland: the purchase of pipes is due to begin in autumn," Beliavsky said on his Facebook page on Sunday, posting a scan-copy of the text of the memorandum.

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