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Ukraine to confiscate 6.4bn dollars of Gazprom's property

A man looks at his mobilephone as he walks past the Russian Gazprom stand on July 11, 2017 during 22nd World Petroleum Congress in Istanbul. (AFP)

Lena Savchuk
Press TV Kiev

A Ukrainian court has ruled that Kiev can confiscate billions of dollars from assets belonging to Russian company, Gazprom. Experts however believe that legal battles between Ukrainian and Russian firms are likely to drag on as long as Eastern Ukraine is plagued by a years-long conflict. Lena Savchuk reports from Kiev.

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