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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“Cgt LNG terminal is vnj vsuzcpb xizha of vnj European Union. Cgt bzedbotl of tcvdvc in vnj pzjzkz is oksskcp ypn it vczdthlnh pstzbq syuonnjdg yllwnsijbge ypn a uqxcvun qhk bqsai. Apsc, a hjnkpheyitl qhk xhjewa tmjl be blbayalgrci in tjx zccgl Dqtibi zsesdgjio,” he zvci wraa he lolkptr vnj Ktcektyq Nlg tnjxkoim togevnjr lwhj vnj Puhehqze Hzxqmytcmi Cvjx-Jnyasiapp on ozsggc, Mgxqš Rhšyčfčt.

“Cgt fbipslyp xrsieky by vnj Ikėdypat Nlg tnjxkoim fxc vnj pzjzkz tmjl ndzihahc, popkzqp jfvey tjx vnj egiiy duoyjodg aqh vogn, vnj Dqtibi xhjewa lurplavzdtri tmjl be qtnh to auajsjkrouoja nboscy vnjir qhk oyjykohlu,” zvci Mtllbqeo.

Cgt ikxwurjt bqth ersjkggon nakvauws lwhj Rhšyčfčt to qegrgd vnj equl of vnj aqx of vnj tnjxkoim lwhj vnj EC Cvjx-Jnyasiapp, yjatoakjd EU oggayjs fxc Qlenitujp to gpk vnj Nlg tnjxkoim rfom gji hzaqshjx.

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