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Poland Questions Gas Deal

WARSAW — Poland is reconsidering whether to sign the already negotiated long-term agreement for gas deliveries from Russia, Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk told reporters Tuesday.

The country may look for other suppliers of 2 billion cubic meters of the fuel a year if it decides it does not accept the deal with Gazprom, which prolongs the current agreement to 2037, Tusk said.

The government is considering whether Poland needs such a long-term supply commitment and whether the price in the Russian contract isn’t “too high,” he said.


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