March 26, 2014 21:58
"Gas war" from West regarding Russia is political fantasy - Russia's rep to EU Chizhov
MOSCOW/BRUSSELS. March 26 (Interfax) - The talks about a "gas war" the West declared regarding Russia are a political fantasy, Russia's Permanent Representative to the European Union, Vladimir Chizhov said.
"This is not even political 'horror stories,' this does not even reach a political 'horror story.' I would say that these are political fantasies," Chizhov told Interfax on Wednesday when commenting on the information that the United States is ready to permit natural gas exports in the volumes Europe consumes per day.
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