Government decides not to permit Yuzgaz to participate in PSA for Yuzivska field

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Ukraine's Cabinet of Ministers has decided not to permit Yuzgaz B. V. (the Netherlands) to participate in the product sharing agreement (PSA) for the Yuzivska field (Kharkiv and Donetsk regions).
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