Germany will spend the boreal winter, even without Russian gas: Scholz

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Chancellor Olaf Scholz said on Thursday that Germany will get through the boreal winter without suffering a crisis, even if Russian gas supplies are interrupted, adding that the country could draw on its gas reserves and obtain more supplies from Norway or the Netherlands.

The government has taken precautionary measures against such a crisis from the beginning, such as rushing to fill gas storage facilities and building liquefied natural gas terminals, Scholz told a city event in Essen.

“Even if the situation gets complicated, we will probably get through the winter,” Scholz said, reiterating his support for building a gas pipeline from Spain through France to the rest of Europe.

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