“We do not have information about all the companies with which Gazprom has contracts.

This is not our prerogative, for details you need to ask, of course, at Gazprom.

But, obviously, no one will supply anything to anyone for free,” the Kremlin spokesman told reporters.

The Finnish company Gasum said earlier that it expects natural gas supplies from Russia to stop on May 21.

The press service noted that they received a notification from Gazprom Export.

Leading expert of the National Energy Security Fund, lecturer at the Financial University under the Government of Russia Igor Yushkov, in an interview with the Economics Today, commented on the situation with energy supplies to the EU.