Fedosova noted that Poland has stocked up on 75-80% of gas in storage and can "give odds" to Germany, which has only 33%.

“Nevertheless, the Poles can continue their information flaunting in public, while simultaneously buying Russian gas on the reverse from the same Germany,” the expert said.

As the analyst explained, almost all of Europe has set its sights on reorienting energy sources, and, in her opinion, if the Poles are ready to pay extra for the reverse, they should be given such an opportunity.

“So far, Russia is accumulating ruble revenue for long-term economic maneuvering,” she concluded.

Earlier, the representative of the Polish government for strategic energy infrastructure, Piotr Naimsky, said that Warsaw did not intend to agree to pay for Russian gas in rubles.

According to him, Poland is able "at any moment to refuse gas supplies."