Ukraine is not trying to benefit economically from the gas conflict between Russia and Belarus, Ukrainian presidential administration chief Serhiy Lyovochkin said.
"We don't consider it our goal to benefit from the conflict between our neighbors and friends," Lyovochkin told reporters in Kyiv on Wednesday.
Liovochkin said Ukraine should ensure the reliable supply of gas through its gas transport system due to this conflict.
Liovochkin reiterated that Ukraine is not a rival to Belarus in issues relating to the gas supply to Europe. "We would rather be rivals to the new routes, including South Stream," he said.