The Kremlin has stated its readiness to sell German gas for foreign currency

Dmitry Peskov stated that all proposals are currently being considered in Berlin
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The Kremlin is indeed considering a scheme to sell Russian gas to Germany in dollars and euros through Gazprombank. This was stated during a conference call by Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov.

“Such a scheme is being considered, the details will follow, but we will not disclose now. All of them have been brought to the attention of colleagues in Berlin, “Peskov replied, commenting on Germany’s reports on the scheme proposed by Chancellor Olaf Scholz.

Russian President Vladimir Putin has announced the transfer of payments for gas in rubles with unfriendly countries. The new rules come into force on April 1. On March 30, Scholz called Putin and said he could not agree to such a payment scheme. In response, Putin explained that the payment in rubles was introduced due to the fact that NATO countries froze the currency reserves of the Bank of Russia due to the beginning of a special operation by the Russian Federation in Ukraine, thus violating international law. As a result, Scholz, as reported by German media, offered Putin to make payments in foreign currency through Gazprombank, which will convert it into rubles.

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The Kremlin is indeed considering a scheme to sell Russian gas to Germany in dollars and euros through Gazprombank. This was stated during a conference call by Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov. “Such a scheme is being considered, the details will follow, but we will not disclose now. All of them have been brought to the attention of colleagues in Berlin, “Peskov replied, commenting on Germany’s reports on the scheme proposed by Chancellor Olaf Scholz. Russian President Vladimir Putin has announced the transfer of payments for gas in rubles with unfriendly countries. The new rules come into force on April 1. On March 30, Scholz called Putin and said he could not agree to such a payment scheme. In response, Putin explained that the payment in rubles was introduced due to the fact that NATO countries froze the currency reserves of the Bank of Russia due to the beginning of a special operation by the Russian Federation in Ukraine, thus violating international law. As a result, Scholz, as reported by German media, offered Putin to make payments in foreign currency through Gazprombank, which will convert it into rubles.

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