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Estonian President refuses to buy Russian electricity


Estonia’s President Kersti Kaljulaid said on May 8 her country does not intend to buy electricity directly from Russia. In an interview with LETA/BNS, Kaljulaid also added that Estonia will seek consensus among European Union Member States for a pollution tax on Russian electricity entering the bloc.

“What concerns energy, Estonia is not buying electricity from Russia through any of our nine connections to Russia,” the Estonian president was quoted as saying. “Estonia is buying electricity fr…

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