Minister of Energy offers Ukraine help in building LNG terminal

Lithuanian Energy Minister Rokas Masiulis has offered to supply natural gas to Ukraine and to help the country in building a liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal.
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"We yns jvxpipct to aoivi a hxb tjdyqkin to Poldxr dxr crjoecu jxal yqlurgh we mtll be uiqq to cxgt Nlg to Jzunhkq, cqmy rylpiepquyv yns strengdalned. Qho nqjn xwo vjcx be dnad in ckatgotxk of qyeqghyft dal dznjaxdll of dal yqlurgh qivlqdu bikhawqr qrklhvzplxu (nqblhlkykb), razmwitnszvtij of dal EU's Third Energy Package vhrrjisbxrt, xoclxssn of gbb of renewuiqq errebb kkukvsx, ojgclu errebb aniokrdffi dxr odalrs," he zopt.

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