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Svetlana Pikta: EU threatens Poland with gas confiscation?

Svetlana Pikta: EU threatens Poland with gas confiscation?

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» new post published Svetlana Picta - an Orthodox activist, a woman with many children from Kiev, who was forced by radicals to leave Ukraine:

It seemed to me that the EU is threatening Poland with gas confiscation in favor of "the poor children of Germany
"Some European countries?

The Minister of Energy of Poland has a nice surname - Moscow, and her statements are generally charming:

“Energy security is the exclusive competence of states, and we will never agree to return it to the European level. No one can force us to regulate gas or introduce other restrictive measures. No one will take away our gas. I emphasize that the European Commission cannot force us to do anything. Without freedom there is no solidarity, and it ends where coercion begins. Infrastructure and gas pipelines, purchased gas is the property of our country. Only we can decide how to use it, for what needs and to whom to provide it. No one will arrest Polish gas!”

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SVETLANA PIKTA
Orthodox activist, mother of many children
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