Dvorkovich: Interaction with Ukraine in electric power supply to Crimea may fail any moment

Interaction with Ukraine in electric power supply to Crimea may fail any moment, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich said at a power supply security conference.

"There are agreements and we are helping each other but this interaction may break down any moment," he said.

"As long as the Ukrainian colleagues honor the agreements we are not using mobile gas-turbine power plants mounted on 13 vehicles," Crimean Deputy Fuel and Energy Minister Sergei Bedryk told Dvorkovich.

"We are paying for this and we are paying quite a lot. This is a normal situation," Dvorkovich replied.

 

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