REUTERS Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal says the country has accumulated enough coal and gas to ensure a smooth heating season. "Gas stocks totaling 21 billion cubic meters (bcm) in underground storage facilities (USFs) are record-breaking for Ukraine. Coal reserves are also record-high over the recent years. Thermal stations and TPPs are provided with sufficient coal stocks. Therefore, we are set to smoothly pass the heating season," he said at a government meeting on Wednesday. Read alsoNaftogaz to slightly raise gas prices for industrial consumers from Aug 1 As UNIAN reported earlier, Ukraine started the season of pumping natural gas into its USFs on March 11, when the country&#39;s gas reserves there were 15.808 bcm. As of July 6, natural gas stocks in Ukraine&#39;s USFs stood at 20.15 billion cubic meters. By the start of the 2019-2020 heating season, Ukraine had accumulated 21.76 bcm of gas in its USFs, which was a record high figure in the past decade.