Photo from UNIAN Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has announced stabilization of the situation with gas supply in Ukraine. "The complicated situation that arose due to the actions of Gazprom, which, thanks to the concerted actions of the Ukrainians and the authorities, has been overcome. As of Saturday morning, we have a sharp increase in gas supplies from Poland, Slovakia and Hungary," he wrote on Facebook. According to the president, the citizens reduced gas consumption by 14% in response to the call. "Today we have a stable situation with gas supply: we have enough gas in underground storage facilities, gas of our own production and import," Poroshenko added. Read alsoU.S. urges Russia not to use gas as political weapon against Ukraine As UNIAN reported earlier, on February 28, Naftogaz received the final decision of the Stockholm Arbitration ordering that Gazprom pay Naftogaz $4.63 billion. Following the consideration of the two cases (another one – on gas purchase), Gazprom owes the Ukrainian company $2.56 billion, while the Ukrainian company owes nothing. The Russian company did not agree with the Arbitration award and said they would appeal it. On March 1, Gazprom refused to supply gas to Ukraine in March 2018, having returned to Naftogaz a corresponding prepayment. The Ukrainian Cabinet claimed that the lack of Russian gas in the overall energy balance would not significantly affect the national economy. At the same time, with the aim of optimizing the performance of the GTS, the government introduced a gas-saving action plan for the period of several days. On March 2, Gazprom announced its intention to initiate in the Stockholm Arbitration termination of all existing contracts with Naftogaz.