Germany steps to solve the energy crisis

Germany steps to solve the energy crisis

Germany steps to solve the energy crisis

In addition to solving the energy crisis, Germany has prepared to keep the prices of all types of energy products at a bearable level in the upcoming winter season.
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This is what the Chancellor of the country, Olaf Schulz, said. German Foreign Minister Annalena Bierbock said that attempts are being made to end the Russia-Ukraine war in a democratic way.

A turbulent situation is prevailing in the whole of Europe, including Germany, due to the increase in the prices of daily necessities including fuel due to the Russia-Ukraine war that started in February this year. Especially since the imposition of European Union (EU) sanctions against Moscow, the image of the European economy has gradually changed.

He said, due to the fear of falling into energy crisis, we have taken up the project to build a natural gas LNG station on the northern coast of the country. So that we don’t have to depend on Russian gas.

However, as the Russia-Ukraine war has not yet ended, other parties including CDU, the main opposition party in the parliament, have accused the government of Shalz of failing in its diplomatic efforts. In response to that accusation, German Foreign Minister Annalena Bierbock said that Germany is following all possible ways to end the war.

He also said, ‘We have continued all efforts to stop the Russia-Ukraine war.  He said that it is not possible to establish peace through negotiations. We are working with various humanitarian organizations of the world, including the United Nations and the Red Cross, to protect the common citizens of Ukraine.

In today’s session in the Parliament, the MPs of the ruling party including Chancellor Scholz also highlighted the matter of importing energy from Norway and the Netherlands to meet the energy deficit.