Part of Poland was left without gas due to anti-Russian sanctions
Deputy Minister of the Interior and Administration of Poland, Paver Schefernaker, said that due to sanctions, several dozen regions of the country were left without liquefied gas.
Deputy Minister of the Interior and Administration of Poland Paver Schefernaker said that due to the sanctions imposed against Novatek's subsidiary, Novatek Green Energy, several dozen regions of the country were left without liquefied gas .
Recall that a few days ago, the Polish authorities imposed restrictions on 50 Russian legal entities and individuals. The list includes Acron, Gazprom and Novatek.
“At the moment, we are trying to find ways to solve this problem and resume gas supplies to areas where blue fuel was supplied by a Russian company that fell under sanctions ”, – said Schefernaker.
According to him, after the imposition of the sanctions, Novatek Green Energy suspended gas supplies to several dozen municipalities of the country.