Supply resumed on 4 January 2006 following the conclusion of the interim agreement between Ukraine and Gazprom. [41] The five-year contract was signed, but with prices of only six months. According to the contract, the gas was not sold directly to Naftohaz, but to the Russian-Swiss intermediary RosUkrEnergo. The price of natural gas sold by Gazprom to RosUkrEnergo rose to 230 $US per 1,000 cubic metres, sold to Ukraine after mixing one-third of Russian gas with two-thirds of cheaper deliveries from Central Asia, at a price of $95 per 1,000 cubic metres. [42] [43] The parties also agreed to increase the transit rate from $1.09 to $1.60 $US per 1,000 cubic metres per 100 km; This was not only the transit of Russian gas to Europe, but also Turkmen gas to Ukraine via Russia. [Citation required] On 11 January 2006, Presidents Vladimir Putin and Viktor Yushchenko confirmed that the conflict was over. Gas price negotiations for 2006 began in 2005. Gazprom insisted on a new price of $160 per 1,000 cubic meters. [Citation required] The Ukrainian government has agreed that price increases will be phased in in return for an increase in gas transit costs and changes to the payment method for cash in-kind transit. [36] [Check required] In May 2005, it was learned that 7.8 billion cubic metres of gas deposited by Gazprom in Ukrainian storage warehouses last winter had not been made available to the company.

[Citation required] It was not known if the gas was missing, if it had disappeared due to technical problems or if it had been stolen. [37] This question was raised in July 2005 by an agreement between Gazprom, Naftohaz and RosUkrEnergo, according to which Naftohaz sold 2.55 billion cubic meters of gas to RosUkrEnergo, which is to receive the Russian transit of 2005 and 5.25 billion cubic meters (185 billion cubic feet) to RosUkrEnergo. [38] However, negotiations between Gazprom and Naftohaz on gas prices and a new gas supply agreement have failed. [39] On 1 January 2006, Gazprom began to reduce pressure in pipelines from Russia to Ukraine. [39] BUCAREST (ICIS)— Ukraine and Russia have signed a five-year transit agreement for guaranteed minimum quantities from 2020, Ukraine`s Naftogaz confirmed on Monday evening. – an agreement between Ukraine`s new transport network manager, GTSOU, and the Russian manufacturer Gazprom, which sets out the technical rules and rules of the interconnection agreement. [133] They ratified the agreement on April 27, 2010. [135] The Ukrainian Parliament ratified it after several eggs of deputies and other incidents were thrown at the spokesman De Wolodymy Lytvyn. [136] [137] [138] Ukrainian and Russian opponents have expressed doubts about Ukraine`s compliance with the agreement.

[135] [139] In 2018, the transit of Russian gas to Europe via Ukraine amounted to 86.8 billion euros.