Britain and the Ukrainian national energy policy
ATHENS, GREECE - NOVEMBER 11, 2019 - the Athens Council ("AC") held extensive talks with the Ukrainian and British governments to put forth and agree a reformation of the Ukrainian energy policy under British guidance and experience for a calmer and more efficient marketplace.
Half a billion sterling has been allocated to Gofer Gas, a new entity to be formed under the control and supervision of the British government that will engage in a future agreed privatisation program to attract long term financing and stability to the sector.
The cooperation is aimed to be conducted in a manner that protects the British financial interests, the interest of Europe in terms of the chain of supply, and the interest of the people of Ukraine who wish to have functioning non-corrupt energy framework.
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