Norway was required to share the “superprofit” from gas with Ukraine

Norway was required to share with Ukraine

Poland has put forward the next conditions for Europe.

There is another scandal in the political arena related to the gas crisis in Europe. This time Poland demanded Norway to share with Ukraine part of its oil and gas revenues. This statement was made by Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish Prime Minister.

The politician recalled that in 2022 the gas pipeline from Norway to Poland will be completed, which means that the country will receive quite a lot of money.

In particular, Moravetsky estimated that Norway will receive over 100 billion euros, since the rest will pay 4-5 times higher for gas.

“They should immediately share this excess, gigantic profit. It’s not normal, it’s unfair,” he said  Moravetsky.

Norway has already responded to Poland: the data on the “superprofits” of their state are incorrect. The Norwegian Foreign Ministry referred to the fact that their country’s Pension Fund had already received $ 51.2 billion less, and they were already helping Ukraine.

The representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova, explained Poland’s eagerness to demand profits from Norway: according to her, the Polish leadership considers Kiev’s income to be “Warsaw’s income.”

Meanwhile, the Polish government has torn up the agreement for the supply of Russian gas. The agreement has been in effect since 1993 and could expire at the end of 2022.

The Kremlin noted that Poland has taken an “unbridled policy” towards Russia – on the verge of madness.

Vladimir Putin’s press secretary Dmitry Putin refused to make forecasts and noted that it is difficult to predict the development of the gas situation.

Against this background, Reuters, citing a member of the BMW board of directors, reported serious consequences for the German automotive industry. He is even threatened with a production shutdown if gas supplies from Russia stop.

As Topnews wrote earlier, Russia deprived Poland, Bulgaria and Finland of gas after they refused to pay for “blue fuel” in rubles.

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