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Severe damage to two gas pipelines from Russia was 'deliberate,” and the European Union will take more steps to bolster its energy security, the bloc's foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said.
Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki blamed Russia for he called a probable 'an act of sabotage”. The attacks mean that critical infrastructure in Europe is now a target, according to German economy minister Robert Habeck.
Gas prices jumped on supply concerns, after Gazprom PJSC warned late Tuesday that flows via Ukraine are also at risk. All eyes are now on European governments' response, and traders are watching gas flow data from Ukraine.
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