Norway’s Gas And Oil Profits Increased Due To Russia Ukraine War, Now Appeals For Ukraine’s Help

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Norway’s Gas And Oil Profits Increased Due To Russia Ukraine War, Now Appeals For Ukraine’s Help

Russia Ukraine Conflict: Norway’s oil and gas demand and their prices have increased dramatically as Europe explores alternatives to Russian energy resources. Norway is denying allegations that it is taking advantage of the fighting in Ukraine amid a sudden increase in revenue. Norway is the second largest natural gas supplier to Europe.

Poland may have kept an eye on the Scandinavian country for alternatives to gas imports from Russia, but its Prime Minister Mateusch Moravicki said Norway was indirectly taking advantage of the war over its oil and gas.

Moraviki appeals to Norway
Moraviki called on Norway to use this unexpected advantage to help the worst-hit countries, especially Ukraine. Moraviki’s remarks last week have sparked a feeling among people, especially Norwegians, whether he is taking enough steps to increase aid to Ukraine and cut neighboring countries’ dependence on Russian energy.

Raging war continues between Russia and Ukraine
Meanwhile, the fierce war between Russia and Ukraine continues. On Saturday, the Russian Defense Ministry claimed it had captured the city of Lyman in eastern Ukraine, which is of strategic importance. Earlier, pro-Moscow separatist forces in Ukraine claimed on Friday that they had captured the city of Lyman.

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