The flow of natural gas from Russia to Latvia has resumed a week after Russia's Gazprom stopped transporting the fuel. This was confirmed by the operator of the Conexus Baltic Grid (CBG) system, writes Sky News.
In July, Gazprom said it had stopped supplying gas to Latvia, accusing the Baltic country of violating the terms of supply.
But the flow from Russia to Latvia on Monday was 43,393 MWh per day, CBG reported. The gas is now flowing into Latvia's single market area and can be transported to Finland, Estonia or Lithuania.