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Russian Deputy Prime Minister Novak announced that Russian gas exports to the European Union (EU) will fall by 50 billion cubic meters this year.
RussiaThe energy crisis, which started with the war launched by Turkey against Ukraine, continues to affect Europe deeply.
Europe is alarmed, so to speak, after the Kremlin announced that gas supplies to Europe via Russia’s Nord Stream 1 pipeline will not fully resume unless sanctions against Moscow are lifted.
As Europe prepares for the ‘hardest winter’, a new statement came from Russia.
Novak, Deputy Prime Minister of Russia, to the European Union (EU) announced that Russian gas exports will fall by 50 billion cubic meters this year.
The Russian state energy company Gazprom supplied it in April. natural gas He informed GasTerra that gas flow would be suspended, refusing to pay in rubles for it.
GasTerra, on the other hand, made a statement regarding the ruble payments and stated that Gazprom’s payment obligations for Russian natural gas would not be fulfilled.
Gazprom had also cut off gas supplies to Finland, which had previously refused to pay in rubles.
WHICH COUNTRIES ARE ON THE LIST?
With the decree signed by Putin, the list of ‘unfriendly countries’ became official in the past weeks.
The list published by the Russian government included the USA and all EU countries.
Ukraine, Montenegro, Switzerland, Albania, Andorra, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Norway, San Marino, North Macedonia, as well as Japan, South Korea, Australia, Micronesia, New Zealand, Singapore and Taiwan were also on the list.