In a TV conversation with Russian journalist Pavel Zarubin, Gazprom boss Alexey Miller said: “We know that Russian gas is being delivered to a number of countries that have actually refused to consume Russian gas.” Gas is currently flowing from Ukraine to the Baumgarten Transshipment. Point in Austria. From here it will be transported to many European countries.
The Gazprom boss did not want to give any detailed information about the buyers or the scope of deliveries. One thing is certain: under existing contracts, gas will be sent to other countries, including countries in the south and south-east of Europe. Miller emphasized again: “Of course there is Russian gas on the European market, and not in small quantities. I would like to emphasize again: even in those countries that declare that there is no Russian gas on the market in their country.