Germany will give up oil and coal from Russia by the end of the year

Olaf Scholz said he was preparing to give up gas from Russia
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Germany will be ready to abandon imports of Russian oil and coal this year. This was stated by Chancellor Olaf Scholz.

“We will try to get away from Russia’s coal and oil imports this year,” he said in an interview with ARD. He also added that Germany plans to create technical conditions to get rid of the need to import gas from Russia as soon as possible.

According to Scholz, European countries will create a significant economic crisis if they give up Russian energy right now. The Chancellor is convinced of the need to move in this direction.

Earlier, Scholz opposed a sharp embargo on oil and gas supplies from Russia. According to him, Germany will face big expenses if it is necessary to buy more expensive energy sources.

Western countries began imposing economic sanctions on Russia after the start of a special operation to demilitarize Ukraine. According to Russian President Vladimir Putin, the purpose of these restrictions is to “abolish Russia” as a state. Moscow’s response was to decide to sell gas to unfriendly countries only for rubles. European countries must decide whether they will meet these conditions by March 29.

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Germany will be ready to abandon imports of Russian oil and coal this year. This was stated by Chancellor Olaf Scholz. “We will try to get away from Russia’s coal and oil imports this year,” he said in an interview with ARD. He also added that Germany plans to create technical conditions to get rid of the need to import gas from Russia as soon as possible. According to Scholz, European countries will create a significant economic crisis if they give up Russian energy right now. The Chancellor is convinced of the need to move in this direction. Earlier, Scholz opposed a sharp embargo on oil and gas supplies from Russia. According to him, Germany will face big expenses if it is necessary to buy more expensive energy sources. Western countries began imposing economic sanctions on Russia after the start of a special operation to demilitarize Ukraine. According to Russian President Vladimir Putin, the purpose of these restrictions is to “abolish Russia” as a state. Moscow’s response was to decide to sell gas to unfriendly countries only for rubles. European countries must decide whether they will meet these conditions by March 29.

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