Hungarian Foreign Minister visited Moscow, updated the gas deal with Gazprom

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Hungary signed new agreements with Russia to ensure continuous gas supply, AP reports.

Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto visited Moscow on 11 April 2023. He said at a news briefing that Russian state energy company Gazprom had agreed to allow Hungary, if needed, to import quantities of natural gas beyond the amounts agreed to in a long-term contract. The gas which will be supplied to Hungary through the Turkstream pipeline, would be capped at 150 euros ($163) per 1000 cubic meters.

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