The German Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCI) has warned that the country’s swimming pools may close due to a possible gas shortage. This was announced by the head of the association, Jan Eder, in an interview with the RBB-Inforadio radio station.
He said that Germany is currently in the midst of an energy crisis. Social tensions are rising, citizens are worried about possible gas shortages and high electricity costs, and also fear the prospect of losing their jobs.
According to Eder, in such conditions, you need to actively save.
“We really should shut down the pools and tell people they should jump in the lake now to save gas,” he said.
In addition, the head of the ICC called on local authorities to develop a concept that supports German industry.
On July 25, the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, announced that Europe should be prepared for a complete interruption of gas supplies from Russia. According to her, to date, Russian gas is not supplied or only partially supplied to 12 EU countries.
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