Germany would have sufficient energy to see it through to next year, Chancellor Olaf Scholz said Sunday, after Russia stopped supplies of gas to Europe via the Nord Stream 1 pipeline.
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The government had made “timely decisions” to avoid a winter crisis, Scholz said, including filling gas stores and restarting coal power plants. “We will get through this winter,” the chancellor added.
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