South Korea is seriously considering sharing its stocks of liquefied natural gas with Europe amid supply disruptions caused by the Ukraine crisis, according to the Yonhap news agency citing officials.
“The Korean government is seriously considering supporting Europe if the situation in Ukraine deteriorates and creates difficulties in gas supply,” said Yonhap, a foreign ministry official who did not want to be named.
Moscow is facing unprecedented threats of sanctions from the West at a time when the Kiev government and NATO member states persistently claim that Russia has assembled more than 100,000 troops “to prepare for a new invasion” on the Ukrainian border. Ukrainian territory.
The Russian government has repeatedly stressed that it does not intend to launch any operation against Ukraine, stressing that all the reports about this are baseless and that the purpose of these allegations is to prepare to escalate tensions in the region and inflame anti-Russian rhetoric. It imposes new economic sanctions as the justification for NATO’s eastward expansion. Moscow strongly opposes this, saying it threatens Russia’s national security.
The self-proclaimed republics of Donetsk and Lugansk in southeastern Ukraine are witnessing the constant targeting and bombing of residential areas and public facilities by the Ukrainian army with weapons prohibited under the Minsk agreements.
Source: RT + “Yonhap”
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