Ukraine-Russia Conflict: Prime Minister accuses Russia of injustice

Ukraine Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk accused Vladimir Putin of using gas supplies as weapon in their conflict.   Earlier, Putin had announced that due to Ukraine’s inability to pay their gas debt, energy supply will be disrupted.   State-owned Gazprom severed energy supplies in June, a moment where Ukraine was suffering from a 12 degrees Celsius.   Ukraine Prime Minister stated to Reuters that this Russian move is a purely disguised military act to bring chaos in Ukraine.   This frozen conflict is still persisting despite Russia’s efforts of pulling out its military regiment out of Ukraine.   Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko claimed on September 5, after the ceasefire announcement that the “most dangerous part of the war is behind.”   The Ukraine-Russia conflict has created much havoc in economies worldwide, notably in the Eurozone and the U.S.   The European Commission will be proposing a temporary solution in Berlin today so that an interim price for a specific amount of gas can be shipped to Ukraine.   Ukraine’s President Poroshenko has proposed a meeting with Putin to find a solution to this conflict but no date has been finalised.   Source: The Telegraph
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