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



<p>Demolition of a monument to friendship between Ukraine and Russia during the USSR period on April 26, 2022 in Kyiv</p>
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<p class=The European Union on Wednesday accused Russia of “gas blackmail” after it cut off the “blue gold” tap from Poland and Bulgaria, while Moscow claimed to have “destroyed a large quantity of weapons” supplied to Ukraine by Westerners .

At a time when the West is stepping up efforts to arm Ukrainians against Russia, the Russian Defense Ministry claimed that “sheds with a large quantity of foreign weapons and ammunition supplied to the Ukrainian armed forces by the United States and European countries , had been destroyed by Kalibr missiles fired from the sea at the Zaporizhia aluminum plant in southern Ukraine.

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