The same document was received by Poland, which refused to pay in rubles.
The Ministry of Energy of Bulgaria announced that from April 27, deliveries of liquefied natural gas from Russia to the country will stop.
As stated in the department, the day before in “Bulgaz” the Russian side received a notification about the termination of supplies of blue fuel from “Gazprom” LLC.
In turn, Sofia stated that she had fully complied with the terms of the contract, and the required payments to Russia had been made. Nevertheless
Let us recall that Warsaw received the same notification earlier, which refused to pay the amount required under the agreement in Russian currency.
In turn, the Russian company in its Telegram channel stated, that at the end of the day on April 26, she had not received ruble payments from Bulgargaz (Bulgaria) and PGNIG (Poland), which was required by the Decree of the President of the Russian Federation of March 23 this year and both transit companies were notified in advance.
“Payments for gas supplied from April 1 must be made in rubles using the new bank details,” said Gazprom”.
The company clarified that if the transit countries join the selection of Russian gas, bypassing the decision of the Russian side, then the volume of supplies to third countries will be reduced by exactly the same amounts.
As Topnews wrote earlier, the German energy company found it possible to pay for Russian LNG in euros.