Germany has predicted poverty in the event of an embargo on oil and gas from Russia

A ban on oil supplies from Russia will lead to poverty in Germany
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A possible embargo on Russian energy supplies to Germany will cause irreparable damage to the German economy. This was stated by the Mayor of Hamburg Peter Chancher.

“We should not help anyone, thus causing need and poverty in Germany, if we are not sure that it will really affect Russia,” said Chancher in an interview with ZDF. According to him, the German government should gradually reduce its dependence on Russian energy resources. At the same time, it is important to prevent economic catastrophe in one’s own country.

Earlier, Austria opposed the embargo on oil and gas supplies from Russia. According to Chancellor Karl Nehammer, sanctions only make sense if they weaken the target and not the one who imposes them.

Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on March 31 to sell gas to unfriendly countries for only rubles. This will affect the United States, the European Union and other countries on the list. France and Germany have already announced their intentions to give up Russian gas. 76% of Russians polled by the FOM supported Putin’s decision to switch to rubles. Such measures can strengthen the ruble, said 27% of respondents.

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A possible embargo on Russian energy supplies to Germany will cause irreparable damage to the German economy. This was stated by the Mayor of Hamburg Peter Chancher. “We should not help anyone, thus causing need and poverty in Germany, if we are not sure that it will really affect Russia,” said Chancher in an interview with ZDF. According to him, the German government should gradually reduce its dependence on Russian energy resources. At the same time, it is important to prevent economic catastrophe in one’s own country. Earlier, Austria opposed the embargo on oil and gas supplies from Russia. According to Chancellor Karl Nehammer, sanctions only make sense if they weaken the target and not the one who imposes them. Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on March 31 to sell gas to unfriendly countries for only rubles. This will affect the United States, the European Union and other countries on the list. France and Germany have already announced their intentions to give up Russian gas. 76% of Russians polled by the FOM supported Putin’s decision to switch to rubles. Such measures can strengthen the ruble, said 27% of respondents.

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