The European Union should succumb to the Kremlin's decision to speed up the supply of gas. About the fact that Federal Chancellor Olaf Scholz said at Brussels that he was going to the country's summit of the European Union.
Behind the words of Scholz, “there is no one in the European Union to believe that Russia has speeded up the supply of gas for technical reasons.”
The chancellor announced that Europe is on the way to coordinating gas policy. Scholz did not go into detail about the possible alternative channels for the supply of blackite fire for gas from Russia, but instead sang that “the country of the European Union is hard at work over cym.”