gazprom have in fact started pumping out from its reserves into the pipelines to stabilise the market. i believe the demand skyrocketed against the background of very slow winds that, in many ways, negatively affected renewables, especially in northern europe and in great britain, for that case, in the uk. i am not an expert here. i do recognise that there are such sentiments widely spread out, but i would also refer to it as an element of what we believe is an in—and—out information war that west continues to, you know, rage to apply on russia on all sorts of pretext and in all sorts of situations. you believe we are always to be blamed for everything, we know this. we work deliberately, quietly, soberly towards stabilisation. it is not in our interest to rock the boat further. you pointed to putin, saying that he would do his best to stabilise gas prices, but you could also have pointed to the words of deputy prime minister and energy minister alexander novak, who said very recently that, in his view, european certification of the nord stream 2 pipeline, so that it could actuall
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