l’Ukraine Moscow announced a new severe cut in gas supplies to Europe for the first time since the start of the war, hoping to resume its grain exports “this week” on Monday.
Russian gas giant Gazprom announced on Monday that it would cut supplies of Russian gas to Europe via the Nord Stream gas pipeline to 33 million cubic meters per day from Wednesday, arguing that maintenance on a turbine is needed.
However, the German Economy Ministry said there was “no technical reason” to make further cuts in supply. According to Berlin, it was a “pretext” and a “political” decision to affect Westerners in the context of the conflict. Ukraine.
At the same time grain exports were hampered Ukraine To begin again from the beginning of the Russian invasion on February 24 “Starting this week”, Ukrainian Infrastructure Minister Oleksandr Kubrakov concluded an agreement between QU and Moscow under the auspices of the UN on July 22 in Istanbul.
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