Gas talks between Russia, Ukraine and the European Union (EU) will be held in Brussels later this month.
The Russian Ministry of Energy made the announcement after talks were previously held last month.
Discussions will now take place on October 21 to discuss the security of gas transit through the region.
The previous three-party gas talks were held on September 26 in Berlin where Russia, Ukraine and the EU prepared a new package deal on settling the gas dispute.
The meeting in Berlin between the two countries’ energy ministers, brokered by EU energy commissioner Guenther Oettinger, was made more than three months after Moscow cut off gas supplies to Kiev.
Russia stopped gas deliveries to Ukraine after the two sides failed to agree on a formula for paying what Russian gas giant Gazprom said was $4.458 billion (£2.72billion) in gas debts, and Moscow demanded up-front payments for future supplies.
The two sides have also failed to bridge differences over the future gas price for Ukraine, with the Kiev insisting on a lower price than Moscow offered.
The EU member received 24% of its gas in 2012 from Russia, according to industry association Eurogas, and about half of that goes through the pipelines across Ukraine.
In 2013, Ukraine imported nearly 26 billion cubic meters of gas from Russia, just more than half its annual consumption.