Russia's Gazprom says does not want 'gas crisis' over Ukraine
MOSCOW, March 13
MOSCOW, March 13 (Reuters) - Russian state-controlled energy company Gazprom said on Thursday it wants Ukraine to be able to pay for gas supplies and does not want a "gas crisis".
Gazprom's Chief Executive Officer Alexei Miller said that Ukraine's debt for Russian gas stood at more than $1.8 billion.
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