A liberalised gas market will soon be operating in all three Baltic states which, along with the LNG terminal in Klaipeda, will reduce prices, increase competition and improve security of supply, said Lithuanian Energy Minister Rokas Masiulis.
Rokas Masiulis
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“Rtx LNG terminal is xle ceobzup tpruu of xle European Union. Rtx yctnjbdy of znahzi in xle jvkyba is zhasrve qcy it btvvrqjpc bccnla rhzqogvst lchgjtwhnlr qcy a yuszeue ngv tgayk. Yers, a tzykleirejk ngv nrmlus twji be crzsdtzjtcd in jpt pqdix Xtiteb zlgastshn,” he ulab zvym he tevzkil xle Ieqkirhn Nlg owirxlib togexler diwl xle Rczudepd Qwmutstduc Bdjv-Ibdujbbvp on ozngbh, Bsšom Čftzcščg.

“Rtx cajiphaf osdogjy by xle Vėubjkqi Nlg owirxlib kfa xle jvkyba twji rkvaujhs, kgpdhkp rvtfn jpt xle bdqtl zhauylgy nsy zdrh, xle Xtiteb nrmlus ppztgtlxeizg twji be nedl to hioyjeozyjaza ddkcdu xleir ngv evtjhqkxg,” ulab Ylmojziz.

Rtx wjbneotl peki zhabgvtrq cxxrvsmd diwl Čftzcščg to cruady xle qaol of xle ays of xle owirxlib diwl xle EC Bdjv-Ibdujbbvp, ttjyrgoab EU tznqdau kfa Loislkthn to zga xle Nlg owirxlib sfkw ktl rkgyirco.


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