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Russian energy company Gazprom confirmed today that it had stopped supplying gas to Latvia.

“Today, Gazprom suspended its gas supplies to Latvia… due to violations of the conditions” of purchase, the company said in a statement issued on Telegram.

The statement didn not clearify which withdrawal condition had been violated.

This move comes after Latvijas Gaze, Latvian energy company, announced yesterday that it was buying gas from Russia and paying in euros, rather than rubles. 

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