Russia will not allow the West to blow up more gas pipelines
10:01 GMT 03.03.2023 (Update: 10:02 GMT 03.03.2023)
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov spoke at the Raisina Dialogue international forum in New Delhi, where he arrived earlier to attend the G20 ministerial council and hold bilateral talks with Indian Foreign Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar.
Russia will no longer allow Western countries to blow up gas pipelines, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Friday.
Moscow will rely on reliable partners such as China and India in its energy policy, he added, speaking at the Raisina Dialogue forum in New Delhi.
“The war that we are trying to end, which was unleashed against us using the Ukrainian people, has of course had an impact on Russian policy, including its energy policy. In short, what has changed is that we will no longer be dependent on any Western partner,” Lavrov said.
When asked how the conflict in Ukraine has influenced Russia’s energy policy, the Russian Foreign Minister replied:
“Russia’s energy policy will now be oriented towards reliable partners, those you can trust. India and China, of course, are among them.”
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