Representatives of Ukraine, the United States and Poland will sign a cooperation agreement to strengthen regional security of natural gas supplies. This was reported by the bureau of the representative of the Polish government on strategic energy infrastructure Peter Naimsky.
“The agreement relates to cooperation in reforming the Ukrainian gas market, Poland’s natural gas import infrastructure, Ukrainian infrastructure for storing and exporting American LNG (liquefied natural gas), as well as gas connections in the region,” Polish authorities say.
US Secretary of Energy Rick Perry, Naimsky himself and Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine Alexander Daniliuk will participate in the signing of the document.
The delegations of the three countries will also discuss the results of bilateral cooperation in the field of nuclear energy, energy infrastructure, cybersecurity and fossil fuels.
Earlier, the Polish energy company PGNiG announced that it will sell Ukraine regasified LNG, purchased from the United States.