The authorities of Lithuania have mentioned that they are no longer going to import gas from Russia, and this is going to become the first European nation to be fully independent of Russian gas.
The other Baltic States are also temporarily blocking their flow in response to Moscow’s aggression on Ukraine.
Moreover, Lithuania now depends on liquefied natural gas from their “Independence” terminal as well as gas brought in by tankers through the Klaipéda LNG terminal.
Afterward, three of the large shipments that reached in the previous month, the total energy the nation requires is satisfied for the coming period.
Along with this, in such cases, more gas is required, and it can be supplied through a pipeline to neighboring Latvia, as well as the connection of the country with Poland, of which the construction had been accelerated in view of Russia’s full-scale military operation, will be ready as of 1 May.
On Saturday, not a single drop of gas has got access to the nation through the Russian pipeline via Belarus. The nation’s Prime Minister mentioned in the Tweet, as well as the energy ministry, noted it would remain that way.
Meanwhile, the Baltic states and former USSR nations are at the forefront of the European Union in securing the bloc’s independence on Russian oil as well as gas, even from the beginning of the nation’s invasion of Ukraine.
The nation is no longer required to worry about the need for Russia to pay for oil and gas in rubles and urges the rest of the European Union to do the same. The Baltic country wanted to set an example to other European nations as well as prove that it was possible.
Furthermore, the Lithuanian President named Gitanas Nausėda mentioned the statement that “Years ago, my nation made the decisions