A woman walks along the footpath near the headquarters of the Gazprom company in Moscow, February 24, 2015. Russian state gas company Gazprom said on Tuesday it was sticking to its investment plan for 2015. REUTERS/Maxim Zmeyev
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The EU said it hoped for a "positive outcome" in talks in Brussels Monday between the Russian and Ukrainian energy ministers aimed at resolving a gas supply dispute threatening deliveries to Europe.The European Union receives about a third of its gas from Russia, with half that amount transiting via Ukraine pipelines.The European Commission has said it expected both sides to continue to respect a "winter package" deal mediated by the EU late last year which guaranteed Russian gas supplies to Ukraine through the end of March.
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