“How Russia uses Gazprom as a weapon”
Russia continues to use energy – and specifically natural gas company Gazprom – as a tool to undermine the relationship between Ukraine and the European Union, writes Ukrainian foreign minister Pavlo Klimkin in a guest commentary in Handelsblatt. “More Gazprom doesn’t only mean more dependency. It means more corruption, more anti-EU parties with obscure financing, and more politicians that suddenly move into the supervisory boards of Russian companies at the end of their career,” writes Klimkin.
Read the guest commentary (behind paywall) in German here.
For more information read the CLEW dossier The Energiewende and its implications for international security.