Rossotrudnichestvo spoke about the possible consequences of the energy crisis for the Russian House
MOSCOW, November 20 – RIA Novosti. Rossotrudnichestvo head Yevgeny Primakov expressed hope that despite fears of the winter energy crisis in Germany and local blackouts, a generator will not need to be brought to Berlin to heat the Russian House. The case of Kabul and Damascus.
“In various extreme countries where it is difficult to work, for example in Kabul or Damascus, if they cut off the electricity, we have generators everywhere. It is unlikely that we will drag the generators to Berlin. I hope they do not reach such brutality there “, – he told RIA Novosti in a comment.
Earlier, Rossotrudnichestvo reported that in Russian houses in Europe, heating points are turned on for local residents, where you can drink tea, charge your phone, watch movies and cartoons. As Primakov told RIA Novosti earlier, Russian Houses in Europe, where heating points are equipped for local residents, do not have a special gas pipe, but Rossotrudnichestvo can pay for heating and electricity.
Officials in Warendorf, Germany, previously told residents how best to prepare for a power outage: fill a spare canister with gas, print information from the Internet, withdraw cash and take care of goldfish. According to recent research, more than 40% of German residents do not ignore the possibility of short-term power cuts in the country in winter.
On 6 October, the EU introduced the eighth anti-Russia sanctions package, which includes both new economic restrictions and expanded personal sanctions lists. Among the economic sanctions is the introduction of a legal framework to set a price cap for the sea transport of Russian oil to third countries. It is planned that the price limit will be introduced on 5 December for oil and on 5 February 2023 for petroleum products.
Commenting on the West’s idea of limiting the prices of Russian energy resources, Russian President Vladimir Putin stated that Russia will not make any supplies abroad if it is against its own interests. Deputy Prime Minister Aleksandr Novak also stated that Russia will not supply oil to countries that will set a ceiling price. In his opinion, such restrictions are interference with market instruments, and Russia is ready to work with consumers who are ready to work in market conditions.
The West has stepped up sanctions pressure on Russia through Ukraine, which has led to higher electricity, fuel and food prices in Europe and the US. Russian President Vladimir Putin has previously stated that the policy of containing and weakening Russia is a long-term strategy of the West and that the sanctions deal a serious blow to the entire global economy. According to him, the main purpose of the West is to make the lives of millions of people worse. The Russian Federation has repeatedly stated that Russia will solve all the problems that the West has created for itself.
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