EU: Energy Meeting Tackles the Thorny Issue of Ties With Russia

Jul 25, 2017 | 18:42 GMT

Once again, energy ties with Russia have become a source of controversy in the European Union. On July 25, representatives from member states gathered in Brussels to discuss their joint energy strategy at a meeting chaired by the Estonian government. Estonia currently holds the rotating presidency of the European Council and is interested in diversifying the union's energy sources and reducing its dependence on Russian natural gas....

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