Following a decision by Belarusian president Alexander Lukashenko to stop the flow of Russian gas through his country, Poland is still receiving the agreed amount of gas, gas monopoly PGNiG told Dow Jones Newswires.
On Wednesday Russia reduced gas deliveries through Belarus - much of it intended for the European Union - by 60 percent, after it claimed Belarus had not paid gas bills.
Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk, said on Tuesday that Poland could rely on its gas reserves. "The conflict does not affect Poland in any perceptible way," Mr Tusk told a news conference. "Poland is safe for many many weeks," he added. (RG)