BUDAPEST, June 24 (Reuters) - Russian gas flows to Hungary
from Serbia have been halted between June 21 and 28 due to
planned maintenance on the Turkish Stream pipeline, Hungarian
gas pipeline network operator FGSZ said in an emailed reply to
Reuters on Friday.
FGSZ said its Serbian partner Gastrans informed the company
that "due to planned maintenance the capacities of the
Serbian-Hungarian interconnector will be limited between June 21
and 28 and in this period gas cannot be shipped to Hungary from
the direction of Serbia."
FGSZ said the decision about the maintenance on certain
sections of Turkish Stream was made in December 2021.
(Reporting by Krisztina Than; Editing by Edmund Blair)