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Poland blames Germany for gas crisis

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Morawiecki in the European Parliament criticized Germany and the EU

The gas crisis on the European market was caused by Germany’s support for Nord Stream 2, Moravetsky said.

The rise in gas prices in Europe was provoked by Germany, which supported the construction of Nord Stream-2. This statement was made in the European Parliament by Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, writes Interfax.

“You are building Nord Stream 2. And you are responsible for the jump in gas prices,” he said during the debate, answering a German deputy.

In turn, the head of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen accused Morawiecki of trying to get away from the discussed topic – the Polish justice system.

“If we talk about Nord Stream 2, in terms of arguments, you are not becoming more convincing. Do not try to get away from the topic of debate,” she said.

Morawiecki accused the EU of trying to blackmail Poland due to the decision of the country’s Constitutional Court on the supremacy of Poland’s law over EU legislation.

Last week gas sampling started in Europe from storage facilities, which were only 77.13% full after record-breaking stocks a year earlier. Gas shortage in Europe estimated at 25 billion cubic meters.

Today gas in Europe is traded at around $ 1,100 per thousand cubic meters.

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