In Poland, we used as much as 40 percent. from Russian gas. Now that we no longer have access to it, it will be very difficult for us to replace it.
Experts have no doubts. This year, winter will not be kind to ans. Putin knows he has an advantage over us. This heating season will be extremely difficult.
Dr. Szymon Kardaś, an analyst at the Center for Eastern Studies, who recently was a guest on the “WP Newsroom” program, admits that there is no good news for ans. What is most likely to happen during the next heating season is very worrying. All because of the situation in Ukraine. Worst of all, Putin is holding the reins & hellip;
The war in Ukraine began on February 24. There is no indication that Russia's invasion of our neighbor will end soon. Yesterday, a Kremlin spokesman made it clear that the only possible end to the conflict is Ukraine stepping down its arms and surrendering.
The war in Ukraine has negative effects not only in those areas. Almost all of Europe is suffering from Putin's actions. We, Poles, feel it the most. One of the negative situations is the one regarding gas. In Poland, we used as much as 40 percent. from Russian gas. Now that we no longer have access to it, it will be very difficult for us to replace it.
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