The EU told how long they will use Russian gas

The European Union will give up Russian gas in a couple of years, Borrel said
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Europe will be able to give up Russian gas for two years. This statement was made by the High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Joseph Borrell in an interview with Sky News – Arabia.

“Within two years, Europe will give up Russian gas,” Borrell was quoted as saying by TASS. The head of European diplomacy also stressed that EU countries “seek to diversify gas sources in Europe” and “reduce dependence on Russian energy raw materials, but not ban it.”

The European Union, Britain, the United States and a number of other countries began to impose tough economic sanctions against Russia after Russian President Vladimir Putin announced on February 24, 2022, the beginning of a special operation to demilitarize Ukraine. The Russian head of state noted that the purpose of these restrictions was to “abolish Russia” as a state. Later, Putin announced his decision to sell gas to unfriendly countries only for rubles, explaining his decision by the refusal of the United States and the European Union to fulfill their obligations to Russia. European countries have critically little time left to determine whether they will buy Russian gas in the new currency.

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Europe will be able to give up Russian gas for two years. This statement was made by the High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Joseph Borrell in an interview with Sky News – Arabia. “Within two years, Europe will give up Russian gas,” Borrell was quoted as saying by TASS. The head of European diplomacy also stressed that EU countries “seek to diversify gas sources in Europe” and “reduce dependence on Russian energy raw materials, but not ban it.” The European Union, Britain, the United States and a number of other countries began to impose tough economic sanctions against Russia after Russian President Vladimir Putin announced on February 24, 2022, the beginning of a special operation to demilitarize Ukraine. The Russian head of state noted that the purpose of these restrictions was to “abolish Russia” as a state. Later, Putin announced his decision to sell gas to unfriendly countries only for rubles, explaining his decision by the refusal of the United States and the European Union to fulfill their obligations to Russia. European countries have critically little time left to determine whether they will buy Russian gas in the new currency.

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