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Russia cuts off gas to moldova as it moves toward europe | focus on europe

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Moldova gets a lot of its gas from Russia. Now, Europe’s poorest country is afraid that Russian president Vladimir Putin could cut off supplies this winter, as Moldova moves closer to the European Union.

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