Greek PM holds energy meeting today

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, following Russia’s decision to cut off gas supplies to Bulgaria and Poland, is convening an energy meeting today.

In a telephone conversation with the Prime Minister of Bulgaria, writes GreekReporter, Mitsotakis promised to help him cope with the new situation, the press office said:

This morning, Mitsotakis had a telephone conversation with Bulgarian Prime Minister Kirill Petkov. During the conversation, the Prime Minister said that Greece will help Bulgaria cope with the new situation that has arisen in the country due to Russian decisions in the energy sector.

As you know, on Wednesday morning, Gazprom completely suspended gas supplies to Bulgargaz (Bulgaria) and PGNiG (Poland) in connection with the refusal to switch to a new payment scheme. Gazprom Export has notified Bulgargaz and PGNiG of the suspension of gas supplies from April 27 until payment is made in accordance with the procedure established by the decree.

The press service of the Greek Prime Minister says:

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis will meet today at 3:30 pm at Maxim’s Palace with the leadership of the Ministry of Environment and Energy on the country’s energy sufficiency and the broader impact of Russia’s decisions yesterday.



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