Lithuanian gas prices should remain stable despite Gazprom price hike

Gas prices will rise for Lithuanian buyers of gas from Gazprom, Russia's gas monopoly, but according to Dalius Misiūnas, the CEO of the Lietuvos Energija energy company holding in Lithuania, this should not translate into higher prices for end users.
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