Gazprom supplies to Moldova's breakaway republic of Transnistria will amount to 815m cubic meters of natural gas in 2004, which corresponds to the amount delivered last year. According to a contract signed between the Russian gas holding and Moldova-gaz, the gas price will remain unchanged at $80 per 1,000 cubic meters, the Industry Ministry of Transnistria reported to RBC. Representatives of the ministry declared that gas prices would not be raised in the region.
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