“I am surprised by the decision of the Polish authorities, because the agreement with Gazprom is an obligation of both parties.

One party is not entitled to terminate the contract without compensation.

Poland acts like an elephant in a china shop, behaving completely incorrectly,” the deputy said.

According to him, what Poland "does" can be called "unique shamelessness."

“We need to legally put them in their place,” the parliamentarian concluded.

Earlier, the authorized representative of the Polish government for strategic energy infrastructure, Piotr Naimsky, said that the country was breaking the agreement on the supply of gas from Russia ahead of schedule.

The Yamal Agreement, which was signed in 1993, is valid until the end of 2022.