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ITM: Gas prices won't rise for Hungarians

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Gas prices will not rise for the population in Hungary, according to the Ministry of Innovation and Technology, writes profitline.hu.

According to State Secretary Attila Steiner, the security of natural gas supply is guaranteed by the level of gas storage facilities and the newly concluded long-term gas contract.

Following the conference on green transition and climate protection organized by the Hungarian Presidency of the Visegrád countries, Steiner told Hungarian journalists that at 86%, the level of Hungarian gas storage facilities is well above the European average.

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