The number of EU companies buying Russian gas for rubles is growing rapidly

Another 10 European companies have opened accounts with Gazprombank, which will allow them to pay for Russian gas under the new scheme.

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Now the number of firms willing to pay for gas in rubles has grown to 20. At the same time, as informs Bloomberg, citing a source, another 14 companies have requested the documents necessary to open an account, the report says.

Earlier it was reported that already ten countries The EU opened accounts in a Russian bank to pay for natural gas under the scheme proposed by the Russian Federation. Hungarian Prime Minister Gergely Guiyash said this on Rádió Kossuth.

“Hungary opened an account in euros, to which the price of gas in euros is credited, and then the bank converts it into rubles … Besides us, nine other countries do this, but they do not say that they are doing the same, simply because in Europe now “ to be good for Europe” means that the leadership of the country does not speak honestly with its people and in international life,” Gouyash said.

The head of the Chancellery once again reminded that the European Union has not adopted any sanctions that make it impossible to pay for gas in Russian rubles. And this is regulated by a civil law contract between states and companies.

 

Two EU countries no longer want to buy gas from Russia

At the same time, Poland and Bulgaria no longer receive gas from the Russian Federation. Gazprom sent a notice to the importing companies in Warsaw and Sofia to stop deliveries from April 27 due to their refusal to make final settlements in Russian rubles. In Poland, they say that they have found an opportunity to refuse Russian gas by buying LNG from the United States and Qatar, as well as by supplying gas from the Norwegian shelf.

In turn, Bulgargaz reported: “After an analysis by the state company Bulgargaz and the Bulgarian Energy Holding (BEH), it was found that the new two-stage payment procedure proposed by the Russian side does not comply with the contract valid until the end of the year and carries significant risks for the Bulgarian side. Including making payments without receiving gas from the Russian side.” It is also alleged that the Bulgarian side has fully fulfilled its obligations to pay for gas. :///

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