Russian Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Novak denied the responsibility of the Russian company “Gazprom” for the gas crisis in Europe.
Novak said in an interview with Rossiya 1 channel on Friday: “I am surprised by the statement of the director of the International Energy Agency, a prestigious organization, who is trying to blame others for the problems facing European consumers. Neither Gazprom nor Russia is responsible for this.”
He pointed out that what affected the energy crisis in Europe was the long winter season, which forced the consumption of large quantities of gas in underground reserves in Europe, while the global economy began to feel recovering after the Corona crisis, and the US liquefied gas headed to Asian markets.
The Director of the International Energy Agency, Fatih Birol, had said that the tension in the European gas market emerged due to Russia’s actions, and blamed the Russian “Gazprom” company for the shortage of gas in European stocks.
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