The EU accuses Russia of gas extortion, Moscow says it destroyed weapons that were delivered to Kyiv



<p>Firefighters at work after a shelling in Kharkiv, northeastern Ukraine, April 27, 2022</p>
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<p class=The European Union on Wednesday accused Russia of “gas blackmail” after it cut off the faucet for the “blue gold” from Poland and Bulgaria, while Moscow claimed to have “destroyed a large quantity of weapons” supplied by Westerners to Ukrainians .

After meeting President Vladimir Putin the previous day in the Russian capital, United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres arrived in Ukraine, his first visit to the country since the Russian invasion began on February 24. He will travel Thursday to the Kyiv suburbs of Boutcha, Irpin and Borodianka, scenes of abuses attributed by Ukrainians to the Russian army.

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