Restrictions on Russian gas prices will not be introduced.
InoSMI has taken note of the reaction of the European Union to the warning of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The Russian President has warned that he will suspend gas supplies if a decision is made to cap gas prices.
As Tom Rees writes for The Telegraph, after Putin's warning, the EU decided not to impose a cap on gas prices.
The expert found that at a meeting of the European Union, the ministers asked the European Commission to create a plan to alleviate the crisis in the energy markets.
Observer confirms Europe is in acute crisis due to soaring energy prices and shortages.
“Ministers in Brussels are urgently trying to prepare for a harsh winter,” & #8211;said in the material.
The EU ministerial meeting was held on Friday, September 9. Chiefs of ministries discussed additional measures to reduce tensions in the world.
Among the options of the obligation of consumers to reduce their electricity consumption during peak hours, to introduce limits on the income of companies that produce electricity at low costs and to receive excess profits due to high prices.
Earlier, Vladimir Putin recalled that the West is not in a position to dictate terms to Moscow and impose price limits on Russian energy resources.
“Cold, frost, wolf's tail. The West is not in a position to dictate terms to Russia, that & rsquo; #39;she comes to her senses, – advised Vladimir Putin.
Putin also promised not to close himself off to Europe and said that Russia would not impose visa restrictions
As Topnews wrote earlier, Hungary issued an ultimatum to EU countries and demanded the lifting of sanctions against feel it Russian buyers. In response, Budapest promised to stop stopping anti-Russian restrictions.