Power lines near Fingrid’s Lansislmi substation in Vantaa, Finland. Photo: YLE.
RAO Nordic’s statement stated that the company was forced to stop providing electricity to Finland starting May 14 due to difficulties in accepting payments.
Russia has stopped supplying electricity to Finland amid tensions between the two countries over the possibility of Helsinki joining the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), which Russia says will pose security threats to Finland. with this country.
The Finnish president is expected to hold a phone call with Russian President Vladimir Putin to discuss Helsinki’s plan to join NATO.
Finland also plans to make up for the lack of electricity through supply from Sweden and domestic production.
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