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BELGRADE (Serbia), December 2 (SeeNews) - Russia's Gazprom has reduced its natural gas exports to the region of Southeast Europe (SEE) by 1.3% on the year to 9.041 billion cubic metres in the first nine months of 2019, company data shows.
Croatia was the largest importer of natural gas from Gazprom among SEE countries in the review period with imports of 2.419 billion cubic metres, down 41.8% on the year, figures from Gazprom's interim activity report show.
Moldova came second with imports of 2.024 billion cubic metres in the first nine months of 2019, up from 2.017 billion cubic metres in the like period of last year.
North Macedonia marked the highest rate of increase of imports of Russian natural gas in January-September, to 223 million cubic metres, from 74 million cubic metres in the prior-year period.
Details follow of Gazprom's exports to SEE countries (all figures in billions of cubic metres):
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