Czech Prime Minister Petr Fiala sees Gazprom’s decision to halt gas supplies to Poland on Wednesday (April 27th) as a breach of contractual obligations and a testament to the need to eliminate European countries’ dependence on energy raw materials from Russia. The politician wrote about this on his Twitter page on Tuesday.
“The Russian Federation has decided to stop gas supplies to Poland. In Russia, there is a further escalation of the situation and a breach of existing agreements. This is further proof that we [ţările UE] we must gradually get rid of dependence on Russian natural gas as energy raw materials. ” says Fiala.
Polish companies PGNiG and Gaz-System announced earlier on Tuesday that they had received information from Gazprom about the complete shutdown of gas supplies on Wednesday. This decision is linked to the refusal of the Polish side to pay in rubles for the Russian gas supplied by the contract.
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