Europe's energy crisis: What's Russia's role? - DW News.

Energy prices are rising rapidly all over Europe. Especially now that Winter is coming and heating is in higher demand. Many consumers are worried, especially in Spain. Mikhail Krutikhin, co-founder and leading analyst of RusEnergy, an independent consulting agency based in Moscow, says Russia plays a huge role in the current gas shortages and rising prices in Europe.
He says Putin is basically declaring war on the EU, using Russia's gas reserves as his main weapon.

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