Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said that Russia does not expect more Western countries to cut off gas. He stressed that they all agreed to pay for gas supplies according to the plan proposed by Moscow.
After the start of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the West imposed many sanctions on Moscow, for example. in the financial sector. In response, Vladimir Putin announced that companies from “enemy countries” would pay for gas from Gazprom in rubles.
They did not accept such payments Poland, Bulgaria, Finland, the Netherlands and Denmark. Therefore, Gazprom turned off its blue fuel tap.
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said that And there are no plans for Gazprom to cut off gas supplies to other countries. The system works as it should. And whoever gets the gas works according to the new system included in the decree of the Russian President – said the press secretary of Vladimir Putin.
Many EU countries depend on Russian gas supplies. For this reason, the European Commission has issued a directive allowing to pay for gas according to the scheme proposed by Gazprom. Payments have already been made by companies, among others from Germany, Italy and Austria.
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