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Russia’s Gazprom has moved a deadline for Ukraine to start paying in advance for natural gas supplies to next Monday, as EU-brokered talks continue over the price. Alexei Miller, the gas company’s chief executive, told state-owned Rossiya 24 television from Brussels, “The Russian side has made the step to continue talks, which have been very intensive over the last few days. The Russian side has decided to move the introduction of pre-payment (to June 16) at 10 a.m. local time (2.00 a.m. ET).” Gazprom was not immediately available to comment. Russia, Ukraine and the European Union will resume efforts to resolve the gas pricing dispute on Wednesday after an earlier Russian deadline for Kiev to pay some of its debts passed without Moscow cutting off supplies.



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