Demanding a gas embargo is illogical and outrageous as it will harm all European countries. Christian Kullmann, President of the Chemical Industry Association and CEO of Evonik Industries AG, made such a statement to FAZ.
He pointed out that the importance of natural gas for the German industry is quite high. The rejection of Russian blue fuel threatens its existence.
“Industry lacks the air necessary to breathe, or rather the gas necessary for work. “Eastern European countries are almost entirely dependent on energy resources from Russia,” he said.
Paolo Gentiloni, European Commissioner for Economic Affairs, said earlier that the European Union is not currently considering a ban on natural gas imports from Russia.
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