Gazprom has stopped gas supplies to Latvia. About it July 30 reported in the official telegram channel of the company.
“Today, PJSC Gazprom stopped gas supplies to Latvia as part of the July application, due to violation of the conditions for gas withdrawal,” the message says. What specific violations are in question is not specified.
The day before, July 29, the Latvian company Latvijas gāze reportedthat buys Russian gas through an intermediary, because he does not want to pay for it in rubles.
Gas supplies to Latvia stopped in April after failure Rigi pay in rubles. In mid-July, the Latvian parliament voted for a complete ban on the import of Russian fuel from January 1, 2023.
The Nord Stream gas pipeline, which serves Europe, now supplies only 20% of pre-crisis gas volumes. Russia explains these are technical problems, namely, the inability to repair turbines on time due to sanctions.
In April Gazprom stopped deliveries to Poland and Bulgaria, which refused to pay in rubles. In May ceased deliveries to Finland.