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Finland no longer imports electricity from Russia

Latest NewsFinland no longer imports electricity from Russia

Finland’s national power system operator, Fingrid, confirmed that there is no more electricity from Russia.

The vice president of Fingrid, Reima Paivinen, has reconsidered that “there are no serious problems”, that the Finns are going to compensate the cost of imports from Sweden, or the increase in capillary tension.

Tell me Sky News.

The second reason for the closure was the non-payment by the Finnish company Nord Pool for the electricity supplied on May 6. In Russia, it seems that this has become nothing “for more than 20 years.”

Significantly, close to 10% of Finland’s total revenue falls on electricity from Russia. The “daughter” of the Russian company Inter RAO, RAO Nordic, told us about the supply of electricity to Finland on May 14.

It should be noted that Finland’s remaining inclusion came after Helsinki confirmed its intention to apply for NATO membership.

Suppose that, in the quarter, Moscow announced that it could deploy nuclear-armed missiles on the territory of Russia in the Kaliningrad region, between the borders of NATO members – Poland and Lithuania in the Baltic Sea.

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