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Abramchenko: “not very green” times are coming in Europe


Not very green times begin in Europe. This is due to the refusal of a number of states from energy carriers from Russia. This was stated by Deputy Prime Minister Victoria Abramchenko.

She stressed that in Europe it is not necessary to talk about the “green agenda” now. If London seriously thought about the need to open the mines that Margaret Thatcher closed, and urgently look for where to train the miners for hard work, “then, of course, there is no need to talk about any green agenda.” Abramchenko spoke about this in an interview RBC.

US State Department energy security adviser Amos Hochstein said earlier that Europe will have to face challenges in its desire to reduce dependence on Russian energy imports. This was stated RT.

Recently, Abramchenko also announced that Russia will continue to supply products abroad. In her opinion, there is now an increased demand for domestic food.



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