The consequences of the gas crisis!? - News about real estate, Kiev, Kyiv region. Real Estate In Ukraine

The consequences of the gas crisis!? - News about real estate, Kiev, Kyiv region. Real Estate In UkraineOne of the objectives of the gas conflict is to prevent the re-election of President Viktor Yushchenko...Gas crisis: what are the consequencesOne of the objectives of the gas conflict is to prevent the re-election of President Viktor Yushchenko.One night negotiations between Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin and his Ukrainian counterpart Yulia Tymoshenko was enough gas drip again in Europe, but is the crisis over? The old continent is not immune to a new conflict between the two neighbours, the Slavs, who are not able to agree on gas, the borders, the placement of the black sea fleet, history.Ukraine and Russia, drove twenty European countries in an unprecedented energy paralysis eventually agreed on prices for gas and tariffs for transit, but the damage already caused. It's been six months since that time, as the European Union has acted as a mediator in the Russian-Georgian conflict, and here he was again involved in war "without missiles and tanks, but still the war," said Ukrainian political analyst Vadim Karasev. Europe, dependent on 25% of Russian gas, should make energy an issue of primary importance. Still, the European States were poorly situated to present a United front on this issue, they now have to abandon the position of "every man for himself", to develop a real strategy of diversification of energy supply, try to make the gas market more transparent.The European Union was again involved in war without missiles and tanks, but still war - KarasevThe good news is that a new contract between Putin and Tymoshenko, excludes RosUkrР•nergo, opaque structure, which served as an intermediary in commercial transactions between Kiev and Moscow. Registered in the Swiss tax Paradise, Canton of Zug, RosUkrР•nergo - 50% owned by Gazprom and 50% Ukrainian oligarchs - worked according to market rule, is extremely popular in the post-Soviet space: privatization revenues and nationalization costs.Strange, but a similar model was chosen for the Nord Stream pipeline under the project. Once it is stretched across the Baltic sea, the pipeline will directly connect Germany and Russia. In the midst of the Russian-Ukrainian crisis, the Kremlin presented the this pipeline as an alternative solution to the transit through Ukraine. The disadvantage is that the consortium Nord Stream AG - Gazprom plus the German company BASF, E. ON-Rurhgas, Gasunie, is involved in the project, also registered in Zug. Financing 75% will be Germany, and the profits will go to Zug.RosUkrР•nergo - 50% owned by Gazprom and 50% Ukrainian oligarchs - worked according to market rule, is extremely popular in the post-Soviet space: privatization revenues and nationalization costsBecause of the crisis, the image of a trustworthy supplier Gazprom and reliable transit country Ukraine has suffered. In this story the interests of European consumers who timely pay for gas a lot of money, have been completely ignored. However, the European gas distribution companies signed contracts with Gazprom, not with Ukraine. Kiev accused of stealing gas. But that is no reason to stop the supply.Of course, the argument of the Russian giant is seeking to sell its gas at market price, is acceptable. However, the methods of achieving the desired rather like the military than commercial tactics. Russian poet Fyodor Tyutchev wrote: the Mind can not understand Russia. Gas war between Kiev and Moscow is a good illustration of these words. Even those who see it as an ordinary commercial dispute, it is not easy to understand what is happening.Ukraine is not even a state!Russian poet Fyodor Tyutchev wrote: the Mind can not understand Russia. Gas war between Kiev and Moscow is a good illustration of these words. Even those who see it as an ordinary commercial dispute, it is not easy to understand what is happeningThe radical decision to close the valves on the pipeline leading to Europe, Putin announced on 7 January, of course, finally convinced the Russian television viewers that the grip at the Prime Minister's hard, but because of this decision, the state lost 1.2 billion dollars and was forced to close hundreds of wells. In order better to understand everything, you need to remember that "gas war is the second, and even third bottom," said Ukrainian analyst Leonid Fesenko. Main bet here is the control of gas pipelines running through Ukraine. Through these pipelines and pumping stations built in the Soviet era, is the 80% of the gas destined for Europe.Owned 50.1% by the state, controlled by the clan of St. Petersburg residents, loyal to Putin, the Russian colossus - 300 000, 153 000 kilometres of gas pipelines, 20% of the state budget - has become a new policy tool of the Kremlin. In developed in 2003, the energy policy of Russia notes that "Russia's role in world energy markets to a large extent determines its geopolitical influence", and, consequently, the oil and gas sector is the "instrument of her foreign and domestic policy".Gazprom wants to control the entire gas chain from production to distribution and all the time trying to buy Ukrainian network of gas pipelines, as he's already done it in Armenia and Belarus. Vladimir Putin during the crisis three times hinted at this. "And who said that our network is sold?", - perplexed Hryhoriy Nemyria, the second man in the government of Ukraine.Willow: the Only thing that can satisfy Russia, to see that Ukraine ceased to exist as a stateUkraine understands that its transport system, nationalized in 2007, in need of refurbishment, and is looking for sponsors in the West. United States, signed on 19 December 2008. the strategic partnership agreement with Ukraine, have pledged financial resources. "And the European Union plans in March 2009 to convene a donors conference," says Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister."The bottom third" gas crisis has a political dimension. Sure, political analyst Vadim Karasev."One of the objectives of the gas conflict is to prevent the re-election of President Viktor Yushchenko, said Karasev. - The "orange revolution" that brought him to power, was a humiliation for Russia, as Ukraine's desire to join NATO or the support of Tbilisi during the Russian-Georgian war in August 2008.Ivan lozowy, Director of the Kiev Institute of statehood and democracy went further: "the Only thing that can satisfy Russia, to see that Ukraine ceased to exist as a state." At the NATO summit in Bucharest in April 2008..



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