He noted that due to the actions of the European Union, the residents of Bangladesh and Pakistan faced problems with electricity supply.

“In an attempt to break free from dependence on Russian gas, the EU is causing massive turmoil in global energy markets, hitting poor countries especially hard,” Pier said.

Earlier, the Austrian politician, presidential candidate Herald Gross criticized the policy of the EU countries, which plan to abandon Russian gas.

The head of the analytical department of AMarkets, Artyom Deev, in an interview with FAN, predicted the situation with gas supplies to Europe.

In his opinion, in the near future, the cost of raw materials is unlikely to fall below $2,000, and in the fall it will grow and may well reach last year's records above $3,000 per 1,000 cubic meters.