According to the Vietnam News Agency correspondent in Germany, speaking to the Federal Assembly on March 23, Prime Minister Olaf Scholz affirmed that in the short term, Germany cannot eliminate energy supplies from Russia.
According to Scholz, the sanctions against Russia related to Moscow’s special military operation in Ukraine have had a heavy impact on the German people, not only because of high fuel prices. He affirmed that the German government acts on the principle that sanctions should not harm European countries more than Russia.
According to the head of the German government, if the energy supply is removed from Russia, “hundreds of thousands of jobs will be at risk, entire industries will be on the verge of collapse”, and that will push Germany and the whole world. Europe’s ministry fell into a recession.
Regarding the proposal to reduce gasoline prices, Prime Minister Scholz said he did not support this proposal. He insists there will be no long-term disruption of market mechanisms or subsidies, especially for fossil fuels. According to the head of the German government, this would be financially unsustainable and ecologically wrong. However, he also confirmed that the state will increase the bailout package for people due to high energy prices. In addition, Prime Minister Scholz emphasized the goal of increasing the use of renewable energy and using energy more efficiently.
Regarding Russia’s fuel supply to European countries, Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said on March 23 that the government of this country does not support any sanctions targeting Russia’s energy sector because of this. would threaten Hungary’s energy security. Foreign Minister Szijjarto reaffirmed Hungary’s position in his speech at the United Nations Human Rights Council. Szijjarto stressed that Russian oil and gas play an important role in the energy supply of Hungary as well as the entire European region.
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