G7 rejects Putin’s demand for rouble payment for Russian gas

After talks with Energy ministers on Monday, Robert Habeck from Germany said that energy ministers of the Group of Seven industrialized countries reject President Vladimir Putin’s demand that “unfriendly” countries be paid for Russian gas with rubles.

After a virtual conference with G7 energy ministers, Habeck said that “all G7 ministers have agreed this is a unilateral, clear breach of existing contracts”.

Ministers “underlined once more that the concluded contracts were valid and the businesses should and must comply with them… payment of roubles is unacceptable, and we ask the companies to not comply with Putin’s demand,” he stated.

“Putin’s attempts to divide us are obvious, but as you can see by this great unity and determination, we will not be split.”

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