Pressure on Europe to secure alternative gas supplies increased on Thursday as Moscow imposed sanctions on European subsidiaries of state-owned Gazprom a day after Ukraine stopped a major gas transit route, pushing prices higher.
This follows Ukraine halting a gas transit route to Europe on Tuesday, blaming interference by occupying Russian forces, the first time exports via Ukraine have been disrupted since the invasion.
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