“There is the saying, if the cap fits, wear it. In this case it
should be on the head of the European Commission,” Medvedev said.
First of all, he said, Gazprom was a pioneer of market reforms on the
European market. Secondly, the company continues to suffer from
obstructed access to gas pipelines, and third, Gazprom adheres to the
laws of the countries it operates in.
“I hope that we will be able in a regime of dialog to resolve the
questions that have arisen for the commission. I plan to meet soon with
the commissioner for competition and, looking him in the eye, discuss
all the issues,” Medvedev said.