The Kremlin has confirmed that Shell will be left without Russian gas

Due to sanctions against Russia, the British company will not be able to pay for gas in rubles
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The British company Shell will not be able to buy gas from Russia. This is due to the costs of London’s sanctions policy, said Dmitry Peskov, a spokesman for the Russian president.

So he commented on a Bloomberg article, which reported on the inability of Shell to pay for gas supplies from Russia. “London wants to be the leader of everything anti-Russian. That’s the cost! ” – Peskov said in an interview with TASS.

Earlier, Bloomberg reported on Shell’s problems with the purchase and payment of Russian gas. Britain has imposed sanctions against Gazprombank, in connection with which Shell, one of the world’s leaders in the energy sector, can not buy gas for rubles, according to Nation News.

On March 31, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree requiring unfriendly countries to open special ruble and currency accounts with Gazprombank to pay for Russian gas. This measure was taken in response to unprecedented sanctions pressure from the United States and Western countries caused by Russia’s special operation to demilitarize and denationalize Ukraine. Sanction pressure on Russia has continued since the early 2000s and has intensified in recent months. According to the Russian authorities, all previous sanctions have had a negative effect on Western countries as well: payment and logistics systems have been disrupted, inflation is rising, and cooperation ties have been broken.

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The British company Shell will not be able to buy gas from Russia. This is due to the costs of London’s sanctions policy, said Dmitry Peskov, a spokesman for the Russian president. So he commented on a Bloomberg article, which reported on the inability of Shell to pay for gas supplies from Russia. “London wants to be the leader of everything anti-Russian. That’s the cost! ” – Peskov said in an interview with TASS. Earlier, Bloomberg reported on Shell’s problems with the purchase and payment of Russian gas. Britain has imposed sanctions against Gazprombank, in connection with which Shell, one of the world’s leaders in the energy sector, can not buy gas for rubles, according to Nation News. On March 31, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree requiring unfriendly countries to open special ruble and currency accounts with Gazprombank to pay for Russian gas. This measure was taken in response to unprecedented sanctions pressure from the United States and Western countries caused by Russia’s special operation to demilitarize and denationalize Ukraine. Sanction pressure on Russia has continued since the early 2000s and has intensified in recent months. According to the Russian authorities, all previous sanctions have had a negative effect on Western countries as well: payment and logistics systems have been disrupted, inflation is rising, and cooperation ties have been broken.

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