Could Putin FREEZE Europe by cutting off GAS? – VisualPolitik EN

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We are living through the worst energy crisis in 50 years. In many countries in Europe, the debate is not whether the price of gas will rise more or less (which, of course, it will) but to what extent there will be enough fuel to heat homes in the harsh winter.

Historically, Europe has been highly dependent on Russian gas imports. However, Russia is now prepared to reduce supply drastically. This could put the entire European Union on the ropes. This would not only affect industries and pocketbooks but the welfare of millions of Europeans, who could spend a winter without heating in their homes.

The question is: Is it really possible that countries like Germany will run out of heat this year? What are the real numbers of this crisis? In this video we tell you.

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