March 01, 2014 13:57
Naftogaz management to be replaced - Ukrainian energy minister
KYIV. March 1 (Interfax) - Ukrainian Energy and Coal Industry Minister Yury Prodan anticipates reshuffles in the top management of the national energy provider Naftogaz Ukrainy.
"Yes, certainly, it will be changed," Prodan told journalists in Kyiv on Saturday when asked whether any reshuffles were expected in the company's management.
He said there are several possible candidates to lead Naftogaz.
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