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16.03.2006
  KYIV REOPENING THE DOOR TO ROSUKRENERGO
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko and some government authorities seem again to support the deeply damaging gas deals signed on January 4 and February 2 with Gazprom’s shadowy offshoot RosUkrEnergo. Despite widespread criticism, Yushchenko had praised those agreements until unpublicized U.S. and EU intercessions persuaded him to back off, pending the parliamentary elections and formation of a new government that could exclude RosUkrEnergo and renegotiate the agreements.
by Vladimir Socor
 
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13.03.2006
  RUSSIA POISED FOR BOLD INROADS INTO WEST'S ENERGY SUPPLY SYSTEMS
From northern Europe to northern Africa, the Kremlin-controlled Gazprom is making bold inroads into the European Union's energy supply sources and distribution systems. The EU does not seem to notice these moves and is not reacting at any level.
by Vladimir Socor
 
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10.03.2006
  RUSSIA HINTING IT MAY ESCALATE TRANSNISTRIA STANDOFF
A Kremlin-dispatched interagency delegation has completed a three-day visit to Transnistria. The delegation will recommend Russian countermeasures against the Western-supported international trading regime just introduced by Ukraine and Moldova on their common border (see EDM, March 8, 9).
by Vladimir Socor
 
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08.03.2006
  UKRAINE STEPS IN TO CLOSE EUROPE'S BIGGEST BLACK HOLE
Ukraine has finally begun cooperating with Moldova and the European Union against rampant unlawful trade across the Transnistria sector of the Ukraine-Moldova border. That 450-kilometer sector, Europe's largest "black hole," forms a major source of the secessionist authorities' income and power as well as a gateway to illicit trafficking between the Black Sea region and EU territory.
by Vladimir Socor
 
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06.03.2006
  KOCHARIAN'S WARNING TO RECOGNIZE KARABAKH IS UNCONVINCING
Armenian President Robert Kocharian's warning that Yerevan might officially recognize Karabakh as a state and sign a military alliance with it is being treated by Azerbaijan with composure. Despite that warning, Baku's priority is to maintain an atmosphere conducive to the resumption of negotiations, following last month's inconclusive meeting of the presidents in Rambouillet.
by Vladimir Socor
 
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03.03.2006
  BLACK SEA REGION CAN PLAY MAJOR ROLE IN THE EUROPEAN UNION'S ENERGY STRATEGY
The European Union is urgently drafting for release within the month a Green Paper on Energy, which may be the first in a series of Energy Papers from Brussels. The move responds to the twin problems that suddenly alarmed the EU and the United States in recent weeks: Three rounds of interruptions in energy deliveries from Russia to Europe, coupled with a continuing slide into European overdependence on Russian supplies.
by Vladimir Socor
 
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27.02.2006
  ROSNEFT EXPANDING ITS ROLE IN KAZAKHSTAN
The chairman of Russia's state oil company Rosneft, Sergei Bogdanchikov, has completed a round of discussions in Kazakhstan with Prime Minister Daniyal Akhmetov, Energy and Mineral Resources Minister Baktykozha Izmukhambetov, and the KazMunaiGaz state oil and gas company management. During the concluding news conference Bogdanchikov announced that Rosneft seeks a significant expansion of its role in Kazakhstan's oil extraction and transportation.
by Vladimir Socor
 
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27.02.2006
  MOSCOW CAMPAIGNING AGAINST GEORGIAN RESOLUTION ON SOUTH OSSETIA
Predictably, Moscow has unleashed a furious propaganda campaign in response to the Georgian Parliament's February 15 resolution on replacing Russia's "peacekeeping" operation in South Ossetia with an international peacekeeping operation (see EDM, February 15).
by Vladimir Socor
 
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24.02.2006
  PUTIN HAS LITTLE TO OFFER AZERBAIJAN
Russian President Vladimir Putin paid an official visit to Azerbaijan on February 21-22, presumably to inaugurate the "Year of Russia in Azerbaijan 2006" celebration, following the "Year of Azerbaijan in Russia 2005." While cordial, the atmosphere was far more sober than the love fest of Armenian President Robert Kocharian's Moscow visit last month to inaugurate the "Year of Armenia in Russia" (see EDM, January 16).
by Vladimir Socor
 
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23.02.2006
  TURKMEN GAS PRICE HIKE, DEBT COLLECTION CLAIMS COMPLICATE UKRAINE'S SITUATION
Turkmenistan has taken two steps in quick succession that pose severe problems for Ukraine's gas supplies. Ashgabat will raise the gas price in line with international market trends, and is demanding prompt payment of Ukraine's arrears for past deliveries of Turkmen gas. Missteps by Ukrainian officials in charge of gas policy are aggravating these problems.
by Vladimir Socor, The Jamestown Foundation
 
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