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RIA Novosti: Ukraine to start electricity supplies to Russia

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July 19, 2012, 3:21 p.m. | Ukraine abroad — by RIA Novosti

Ukraine’s privately held electricity generator DTEK has signed a contract with Russian electric power trader Inter RAO UES for supply of electricity to Russia, DTEK said on Thursday.
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Ukraine’s privately held electricity generator DTEK has signed a contract with Russian electric power trader Inter RAO UES for supply of electricity to Russia, DTEK said on Thursday.

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