Ukraine will consider the possibility of opening quotas for coal exports to Poland
On behalf of the President, Ukraine is ready to consider the possibility of opening quotas for coal exports to Poland at the request of the Polish side, reports Railway Supply magazine with reference to URM.
We are talking about 100 thousand tons in September, which are now critically needed by our Polish partners. The stocks of coal in our warehouses are almost 2 million tons, which is two and a half times more than on the same date last year. Therefore, we are ready to support our Polish friends, Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmyhal said.
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Also, the power line from our Khmelnitsky nuclear power plant to the Polish substation Rzeszow is being actively reconstructed. This will allow exporting an additional 1,000 MW to Poland.
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