Frente a las deudas impagas por 1550 millones de dólares, el coloso ruso Gazprom decidió cancelar, a partir del mes de abril, el descuento del 33% sobre el precio del gas que beneficiaba a la compañía estatal ucraniana Naftogaz. 

Ante la comunicación de la empresa estatal ucraniana Naftogaz, la cual acaba de informar a Gazprom de la imposibilidad de hacer frente al pago de los suministros de gas del mes de febrero, el titular de Gazprom Alexei Miller informó que congelará a partir del mes próximo el descuento del 33% sobre el precio del fluido, acordado en diciembre pasado bajo los auspicios de Vladimir Putin y del destituido mandatario ucraniano Viktor Yanukovich. Por medio de ese instrumento, la estatal rusa Gazprom había reducido el precio del gas que su contraparte ucraniana debía pagar, de 400 a 268,5 dólares por cada 1000 metros cúbicos.

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