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The threat of electricity shortages in Finland is not. Supply defects can be offset by imports of electricity from the country and the so-called domestic production, Reuters quoted the Finnish distribution company as saying.

Fingrid stated that it only ensures the transfer of electricity from Russia to Finland and that the European stock exchange Nord Pool had to pay for the purchased energy, but it has not done so since 6 May.

According to the TASS agency, Russian Presidential Speaker Dmitry Peskov first said behind the news duck that Russia was preparing to supply gas supplies to Finland.

According to Reuters, the Finnish newspaper Iltalehti wrote on Thursday that many financial politicians were warning that Peru’s gas imports were threatening.