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Germany will be able to survive the coming winter without energy from the Russian Federation if it fills gas storages and saves fuel. This was stated by the German Minister for Economic Affairs and Climate Protection Robert Habek.

The vice-chancellor, in an interview with WirtschaftsWoche, noted that if the country had full storage by the end of the year, and if two of the four leased floating LNG tankers were connected, then Germany could “to some extent” survive the winter without Russian supplies. In this case, the country is less likely to fall into distress.

Habek noted that reducing energy consumption by 10% will help to avoid an energy crisis. We are talking about savings on the part of both individuals and industry.

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