Poland intends to issue an invoice to the Russian Gazprom, demanding compensation for the losses suffered by the Polish side due to the cessation of gas supplies to the country, said the Minister of State Assets of the country, Jacek Sasin, during a conference held in the Polish Senate.
“We intend to bill Gazprom in response to its decision to cut off gas supplies to Poland. We have already agreed this issue with the leadership of the Polish Oil and Gas Company (PGNiG). Such decisions cannot be made unilaterally,” Sasin said.
According to him, Poland today has enough gas to provide this energy resource not only to individual citizens, but also to entire institutions. The state in the center of Europe supplies fuel through the Swinoujscie gas port, cooperating in this area with Germany, Lithuania and its southern neighboring countries, and also has its own gas fields.
The minister added that to date, Poland has been able to fill its gas storage facilities by 100%, demonstrating its “prudence”.