"We've got any information (about the date of the trilateral meeting) so far. We haven't even got proposals," Miller said.
He also noted that there is still no response from Ukraine on disputable issues of the debt repayment.
"We have received any documents yet," Miller said.
It was initially assumed that the date of the new Russia-Ukraine-EU trilateral meeting will be determined by October 7. When the term came, Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak said that it will take two more days to choose the date of the meeting. This term has also expired today. "We also thought that it will take one or two days, but two days have also passed ..." Miller stated.
Earlier, October 8, Minister of Energy and Coal Industry of Ukraine Yurii Prodan said that Ukraine has transferred to the European Commission all the proposals to resolve the issue of the Russian gas supplies resumption, including debt repayment schedule for the already consumed gas.