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EU’s von der Leyen backs price cap on Russian pipeline gas – Reuters

Screenshot Ursula von der Leyen

Europe needs to impose a price cap on Russian pipeline gas to foil Russian President Vladimir Putin’s attempts to manipulate the bloc’s energy market, EU Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen said on 2 Sept.

Russia has slashed gas deliveries to Europe since invading Ukraine, which has sent gas prices rocketing to record-high levels, Reuters reported.

 

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