Court lifts injunctions on Gazprom assets in UK, Luxembourg, Netherlands frozen under Naftogaz litigation.

A court has lifted injunctions on Gazprom assets in the UK, Luxembourg, the Netherlands that had been frozen under court action brought by Ukraine's Naftogaz, the Russian gas giant has said.

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