Close the valves.

The Russian group Gazprom will stop gas deliveries to Poland from Wednesday, the Polish gas company PGNiG said in a press release on Tuesday evening.

“On April 26, 2022, Gazprom informed PGNiG of its intention to completely suspend deliveries under the Yamal contract (…) on April 27,” PGNiG said, adding that Poland was prepared to obtain the missing gas from other sources.


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