The Polish Prime Minister announced a radical decision regarding Russia

Poland will give up Russian oil, gas and coal by the end of the year
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The Polish government’s plan to phase out Russian hydrocarbons by the end of 2022 is “the most radical in Europe.” This was announced by the Prime Minister of Poland Mateusz Morawiecki.

“Poland’s plan to abandon Russian hydrocarbons is the most radical in Europe. The country plans to abandon Russian coal imports in April-May, and intends to abandon Russian oil and gas by the end of the year. The plan to abandon coal from Russia was adopted by the government, despite the disagreement of the European Union. He added that Poland also calls on all other EU members that import raw materials from Russia, “the prime minister told RBC.

Earlier, Moravetsky proposed to send a “humanitarian mission” to Ukraine, NATO or another organization, writes RT. He said that the country is trying to provide Ukraine with all necessary humanitarian, diplomatic and political assistance. Polish Deputy Prime Minister Jaroslav Kaczynski also offered Kiev support in the framework of Russia’s special operation in Ukraine, which began on February 24.

The European Union, Britain, the United States and a number of other countries began imposing 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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The Polish government’s plan to phase out Russian hydrocarbons by the end of 2022 is “the most radical in Europe.” This was announced by the Prime Minister of Poland Mateusz Morawiecki. “Poland’s plan to abandon Russian hydrocarbons is the most radical in Europe. The country plans to abandon Russian coal imports in April-May, and intends to abandon Russian oil and gas by the end of the year. The plan to abandon coal from Russia was adopted by the government, despite the disagreement of the European Union. He added that Poland also calls on all other EU members that import raw materials from Russia, “the prime minister told RBC. Earlier, Moravetsky proposed to send a “humanitarian mission” to Ukraine, NATO or another organization, writes RT. He said that the country is trying to provide Ukraine with all necessary humanitarian, diplomatic and political assistance. Polish Deputy Prime Minister Jaroslav Kaczynski also offered Kiev support in the framework of Russia’s special operation in Ukraine, which began on February 24. The European Union, Britain, the United States and a number of other countries began imposing 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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