Poland will not pay for Russian gas in rubles. This was announced on Tuesday, April 26, by the Government Commissioner for Strategic Energy Infrastructure Petr Naimsky.
“We will not pay,” he said to reporters.
According to Naimsky, Warsaw is ready for possible risks caused by the refusal to pay for Russian gas in rubles.
“We are in a position to refuse gas supplies at any time, if necessary, and making such a decision, and we are ready for the actions of the Russian side, which could stop supplies,” he concluded.
The British press has recently reported that Russia was going to conduct a nuclear test either on the borders with Ukraine or in the Black Sea.