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Russia To Shut Off Gas to Finland on May 21

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Russia To Shut Off Gas to Finland , on May 21.
On May 20, just days after
Finland officially applied to join NATO.
On May 20, just days after
Finland officially applied to join NATO.
Gasum, the country's state-owned gas wholesaler, issued a statement that
Russian natural gas imports will be halted.
On the afternoon of Friday, May 20, Gazprom Export informed Gasum that natural gas supplies to Finland under Gasum’s supply contract will be cut on Saturday, May 21, 2022 at 07.00, Gasum, via statement, as reported by CNBC.
Gasum CEO Mika Wiljanen also issued a statement informing the people of Finland that they were prepared for this to happen...
... and provided that there will be no disruptions in the gas transmission network, we will be able to supply all our customers with gas in the coming months, Mika Wiljanen, Gasum CEO, via statement, as reported by CNBC.
Gasum will supply natural gas to its customers from other sources through the Balticconnector pipeline. Gasum’s gas filling stations in the gas network area will continue in normal operation, Mika Wiljanen, Gasum CEO, via statement, as reported by CNBC.
CNBC reports Finland previously
refused to pay in rubles for the Russian gas.
A reason for the gas shutoff
has not been given.
but CNBC reports it may have been a
retaliatory move by Russia since Finland
refused to pay in rubles and applied to join NATO.
but CNBC reports it may have been a
retaliatory move by Russia since Finland
refused to pay in rubles and applied to join NATO

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