Ukraine could resume electricity exports to Belarus, Moldova in March
Ukraine could resume electricity exports to Belarus and Moldova in March, Energy and Coal Industry Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Demchyshyn has said.
"He held talks with Lithuania, Belarus and Moldova… I'm sure that it will resume electricity exports from April, maybe even from March," he said at a meeting of the profile parliamentary committee.
Earlier Deputy Energy and Coal Industry Minister of Ukraine Oleksandr Svetelik said that Ukraine could resume exports of electricity to Belarus and Moldova from April 2016.
At present Ukrainian exports electricity only from the Burshtyn Energy Island.