Gazprom says arbitration case against Lithuania lost its relevance

Russia's gas giant Gazprom says that an arbitration suit it filed against Lithuania lost its relevance after it sold its stakes in Lietuvos Dujos (Lithuanian Gas) and Amber Grid for 164 million US dollars, more than it sought for in the arbitration case.
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