Moscow: Germany has taken a big decision to deal with the growing gas crisis:
According to foreign media reports, the former German chancellor Gerhard Schroeder has reached Moscow to discuss energy, but it is not clear who the former German chancellor will meet.
Unmute A Kremlin spokesman told reporters that a meeting between the Russian leader and the former German chancellor is possible, and according to sources, the supply of Russian gas through the Nord Stream pipeline will be the focus of the discussion.
It should be noted that Schröder last visited Moscow in March to discuss the situation in Ukraine with Russian President Vladimir Putin, the former German chancellor previously said in an interview with The New York Times that “ It is impossible to isolate a country like Russia politically and economically in the long run.
It should be remembered that in response to the military operation launched by Russia in Ukraine on February 24, Western countries announced anti-Russian sanctions, in which, in addition to several sanctions on Russia, energy was also banned.
Russia had decided to accept the payment of gas only in rubles by declaring such countries as unfriendly countries, which the Western countries rejected and condemned this decision gas supply was cut off, due to which European countries faced an energy crisis.
Now winter is coming in Europe and Germany is facing gas shortage due to which industrial and domestic consumers in Germany will face severe problems.