Ukraine will suspend the flow of gas to Europe and blames Moscow

Pending the decisions of the central banks that fight against inflation. Prices that are driven by problems in the supply chain, raw materials and the cost of energy. In this sense, Ukraine’s announcement in the last few hours is important.

They have announced they will cut off the flow of gas through a transit point that supplies almost a third of the fuel piped from Russia to Europe through Ukraine, and have blamed Moscow for the move. The company that operates the Ukrainian gas system, GTSOU, told Reuters that Russian occupation forces had started seizing gas transiting Ukraine and sending it to two Russian-backed breakaway regions in the east of the country, without offering evidence.

Ukraine has remained one of the main transit routes for Russian gas to Europe, even after the Moscow invasion.