An employee checks a pipe at the construction site of a gas metering station, part of the pipeline link between Bulgaria and Greece near the village of the Malko Kadievo, on March 18, 2022. – EU member Bulgaria has been criticised for its almost total dependence on Russia for its annual consumption of about three billion cubic metres of gas. In a bid to secure alternative deliveries, the Balkan country had long planned to link its gas network to those of its neighbours — Greece, Serbia and Romania — but the projects were severely delayed by administrative hurdles. (Photo by Nikolay DOYCHINOV / AFP)

Russian gas flows to Europe despite Putin deadline

IRPIN, Ukraine (Reuters) – Russia allowed gas to keep flowing to Europe on Friday despite a deadline for buyers to pay in roubles or be cut off, and peace talks…

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Russia will only accept rubles for gas deliveries to Europe: Putin

Moscow (AFP) – President Vladimir Putin said Wednesday Russia will only accept payments in rubles for gas deliveries to “unfriendly countries”, which include all EU members, after Moscow was hit by unprecedented…

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