The extension of the contract’s duration ensures that the transmission of gas from Russia to Turkey, Greece and other SEE countries is carried forward, Transgaz said in a bourse filing. Transgaz did not provide further details, according to as cited by SeeNews.
Russia plans to suspend natural gas exports to southeast Europe through the Trans-Balkan Corridor, which crosses Ukraine, Moldova, Romania and Bulgaria before reaching Greece and North Macedonia, next year, the Russian ambassador to Serbia, Aleksandr Chepurin, said in March.
Transgaz is a state-owned company, the company has a total transport capacity of 30 billion m³ of natural gas and a pipe network of 13,000 km. Transgaz is a member of the European Network of Transmission System Operators for Gas.