The Russian giant Gazprom announced, on Wednesday, that it had already cut off gas supplies to Poland and Bulgaria, after these two countries refused to pay in rubles, the Russian currency, an imposition imposed by Moscow. This was indeed a predictable situation, Jose Melhesez says. The SIC commentator also analyzes Russia’s military progress in the field and the UN Secretary-General’s meetings with Vladimir Putin and Sergey Lavrov in Moscow.
“Russia again wants to divide the European Union”confirms the commentator SIC, who explained that Gazprom stated that at least ten countries in the European Union have already guaranteed that they will pay for Russian gas in rubles, a situation that generates divergence between European countries.
Based on the Kremlin’s comment on António Guterres’ visit to Moscow, Jose Melhazy considers it a “useless visit that did not yield any kind of results”.
The SIC commentator clarifies that the Kremlin spokesperson came to say that in yesterday’s meeting between Putin and Guterres there was no agreement of the United Nations and the International Red Cross to participate in the expulsion of people inside the Azovstal plant, which it will remain so. Several hundreds.