The court banned the North flows to pay Gazprom

Суд запретил Северным потокам платить Газпрому

Naftogaz in court in Switzerland tried to arrest the shares of Nord Stream AG Nord Stream AG 2, but these attempts “has not yet been successful”.

A court in Switzerland has decided to prohibit companies Nord Stream AG Nord Stream AG to carry out 2 any payments to the Russian Gazprom.

It is reported RIA Novosti with reference to the information of Gazprom on Friday, 9 November.

It is noted that this decision was taken in the framework of interim measures at the request of the Ukrainian Naftogaz.

“As a result of the ban all payments from these companies to Gazprom sent to Swiss police officers”, – is spoken in the message.

According to Gazprom, the Ukrainian company also tried to arrest the shares of Nord Stream AG Nord Stream AG 2, but these attempts “has not yet been successful”.

Recall that the company Nord Stream AG and 2 Nord Stream AG was established for planning, construction and subsequent operation of the gas pipelines Nord stream and Nord stream‑2. Their headquarters are in the Swiss city of Zug.

Recall that in late February the Stockholm arbitration court satisfied the claim of Naftogaz, Gazprom is obliged to pay the Ukrainian company of $4.63 billion for failure to supply gas transit contract. Taking into account the debt of the Ukrainian party for gas deliveries of about $2.1 billion, the Russian company owes $2.56 billion

Debt-Gazprom daily accrued interest in the amount of $500 thousand. In early September, the amount of the accrued interest exceeded $100 million.

In October it became known that Naftogaz has started collecting money from Gazprom.

News from the Reporter.net Telegram. Subscribe to our channel https://t.me/korrespondentnet

Ukraine-Russia gas issue

In Brussels discussed the demand forecast for Russian gas

To miniboots with the Northern stream-2 is useless – Medvedchuk

Poroshenko called the goal of the Nord stream-2

The EU said following talks on gas

Kiev excludes the settlement agreement in the gas dispute
Source