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Europe still hooked on Russian gas despite deep cut

Europe still hooked on Russian gas despite deep cut

by Alexander Query

Russia's war in Ukraine was a watershed moment for Europe. Following Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine, which has killed tens of thousands and forced millions out of the country, Russia sought to punish the European Union for supporting Kyiv. Russia began to choke Europe, violating pre-existing energy contracts and unilaterally

Naftogaz CEO Vitrenko: ‘Russian gas is a weapon’

Naftogaz CEO Vitrenko: ‘Russian gas is a weapon’

by Alexander Query

Yuriy Vitrenko's desk, buried in paperwork, leaves little room for doubt – the winter of 2022 will be hard for Ukraine. Naftogaz, Ukraine's energy monopoly, will face an uphill battle to provide enough gas for this year's heating season, CEO Vitrenko told the Kyiv Independent. He said that this will be

Aura Sabadus: Will Putin deploy his energy weapons against Europe?

Aura Sabadus: Will Putin deploy his energy weapons against Europe?

by Aura Sabadus

Editor’s Note: This op-ed was published by Atlantic Council. It is republished here with permission. With Russia threatening a new invasion of Ukraine, US and EU officials have been working on contingency plans to identify alternative energy supplies for European consumers in case Moscow disrupts westward deliveries of oil

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Ex-lawmaker Pashynskyi released on bail.

Former lawmaker Serhii Pashynskyi, suspected of illegally appropriating almost 100,000 metric tons of state-owned oil in 2014, was released from custody on bail, Pashynski said on social media on Feb. 27. The bail was set at Hr 272.5 million ($7.1 million).
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ISW: Russia holds offensive initiative.

"Russian forces have regained the theater-wide initiative and will be able to pursue offensive operations when and where they choose as long as they hold the initiative," the ISW said.
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