the refusal of Russian gas will put an end to the prosperity of Germany

Germany has admitted that the gas embargo will put an end to the country’s prosperity
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The Minister of Economy of Germany, Vice Chancellor Robert Habek said that the imposition of an embargo on energy supplies from Russia will put an end to the country’s prosperity. According to him, Germany lacks the infrastructure to import gas and oil in other ways.

“I took the oath and I can’t risk my country’s prosperity. A complete refusal to supply resources from Russia threatens to close the world’s largest chemical concern BASF. If not half of the total gas supply, BASF may close. With a shortage of resources, there is a risk of energy companies migrating abroad, for example, to Asia, “Habek said on ZDF.

On March 30, the German authorities launched an emergency plan in case of cessation of gas supplies from Russia. According to Habek, the authorities will now monitor the situation with gas, TV channel 360 clarifies. Germany previously refused to fulfill the ultimatum of Russian President Vladimir Putin to pay for gas. Putin said that countries recognized by Russia as unfriendly (especially Europe and the United States) will be obliged to pay for gas in rubles. This decision of the head of state, according to a poll by VTsIOM, was approved by 76% of Russians, RAPSI reports.

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The Minister of Economy of Germany, Vice Chancellor Robert Habek said that the imposition of an embargo on energy supplies from Russia will put an end to the country’s prosperity. According to him, Germany lacks the infrastructure to import gas and oil in other ways. “I took the oath and I can’t risk my country’s prosperity. A complete refusal to supply resources from Russia threatens to close the world’s largest chemical concern BASF. If not half of the total gas supply, BASF may close. With a shortage of resources, there is a risk of energy companies migrating abroad, for example, to Asia, “Habek said on ZDF. On March 30, the German authorities launched an emergency plan in case of cessation of gas supplies from Russia. According to Habek, the authorities will now monitor the situation with gas, TV channel 360 clarifies. Germany previously refused to fulfill the ultimatum of Russian President Vladimir Putin to pay for gas. Putin said that countries recognized by Russia as unfriendly (especially Europe and the United States) will be obliged to pay for gas in rubles. This decision of the head of state, according to a poll by VTsIOM, was approved by 76% of Russians, RAPSI reports.

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