"The agreement, which Tymoshenko signed, where the formula is $450 (per thousand cubic meters - ed.) is immediately put as a basis: this formula does not meet the situation on today's market, so we will seek arguments. We still have time to convince our Russian partners, and I think that we will find a compromise solution," he said.
Azarov specified that the negotiations with Russia on this issue are "difficult." But, he added, "We have no other choice."
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