Gazprom cuts gas supplies to Bulgaria and Poland

Gazprom completely stopped gas supplies to Bulgaria and Poland, refusing to pay in rubles.

Russian energy giant Gazprom announced that it has completely stopped gas supplies to 2 countries that refuse to pay Russian gas in rubles, after it has given the status of “unfriendly countries” to Bulgaria and Poland, which send weapons support to Ukraine.


Polish state-owned oil and gas company PGNiG refused to pay in rubles for Russian gas, and Gazprom announced yesterday that it would cut off its gas flow through the Yamal-Europe gas pipeline. PGNiG stated that it would take steps to restore the gas flow in accordance with the Yamal Contract and stated that the interruption of supplies was a violation of the contract and stated that it had the right to demand compensation.


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