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WB Chief: The severity of the global crisis depends on the possibility of finding new sources of energy


The world is facing an energy crisis, and its severity will depend, in part, on finding new sources of fuel supply to replace Russian exports. This opinion was expressed on Thursday by the President of the World Bank (WB), David Malpas.

“As the world reduces its dependence on Russian energy, new supplies will be vital,” he said in a bank statement. As Malpas added, the crisis “the world is going through is not short-lived.” “It simply came to our notice then [de energie] all over the world, “he said.

The President of the World Bank said that developed countries in Europe are looking to obtain supplies of alternative energy sources, including liquefied natural gas, which would otherwise go to developing countries.

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“I think the best solution would be a new energy supply system. A less optimal solution would be to redistribute the existing supply, because it would be unfair. The richest and most developed countries will get what they want, but others they will be missing “, Malpas explained

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