Gazprom says it cuts off supply to GasTerra, Orsted and Shell
Russians cite refusal to pay in roubles
Move a day after EU agrees to slash Russian oil imports
European gas prices rise 5%
May 31 (Reuters) – Russia widened its gas cuts to Europe on Tuesday with Gazprom (GAZP.MM) saying it will turn off supplies to several “unfriendly” countries which have refused to accept Moscow’s roubles-for-gas payment scheme.
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