The head of the Crimea Sergey Aksenov said that the valves on the pipeline from Crimea to the Ukrainian Ministry opened, the volume flow of gas will increase With the cold.
"Yesterday, the valves opened, the pressure in the pipeline is equal. Due to the high air temperatures (now in Simferopol 14-15 degrees), respectively, there is a large pumping no "? expression Aksenov quoted by RIA " Novosti ".
The head of the Crimea said that the leaders of organizations responsible for the operation of the gas transportation system on both sides, are in contact. With decreasing temperature the volume of gas flow will increase, explained Feldman." It's currently not cold. Would be cold, then people's protests forced the Ukrainian government to act differently. With decreasing temperature of the outside air volume flow will increase, " ? said Feldman. Aksenov also said that the volume of gas delivery to Genichesk will not harm the Peninsula and its heating. Before Russian President Vladimir Putin during a meeting With the head of the Crimea in Yaroslavl ordered to provide gas supplies to and Genichesk Genichesk the Kherson region of Ukraine in the response to the appeal of local residents, received by the authorities of the Crimea. 20. 28 on the first day weekend the gas supply to Ukraine was organized, said the Crimean authorities. The Kherson authorities have challenged the letter on gas deliveries from the Crimea. They state that the mechanical shutter from Genichesk district on the pipeline is closed. Remember also, January 4 the President of the Russian Federation considered the appeal of the head of Henichesk in connection With frosts and ordered to resolve the issue of gas supplies to the city. Later it was announced that gas from Russia began to flow in Genichesk and the city authorities have confirmed the receipt of Russian gas. However, the head of the organization "Naftogaz of Ukraine" Andrey Kobelev called "fake" gas supplies from Russia to the city of Genichesk of the Kherson area. However, residents of the city thanked the Russian authorities for the supply of gas, because the city literally froze because of severe frost. Later, the Head of Henichesk district Alexander Vorobyov during a telephone prank told the famous Russian pranker Vovan, natural gas in Genichesk simply stolen.