“The Dutch have made their choice, we are not imposing.

They don’t want to buy our gas, thank God, don’t, we will find other markets.

And the Dutch will have to think hard about how to get out of this situation,” the diplomat said.

According to the ambassador, GasTerra's refusal to pay for deliveries in rubles is a reflection of the anti-Russian policy of the leadership of the Netherlands.

“This company is state-owned, so willy-nilly, she looks back at the state policy of her country,” RIA Novosti quotes Shulgin.

On May 30, Gazprom Export received a notification from the Dutch company GasTerra that it did not intend to pay for gas supplies in rubles.

On May 31, gas supplies were suspended.