War in Ukraine: Bulgaria and Poland are deprived of Russian gas



<p>A Ukrainian soldier in a tank near Sloviansk in eastern Ukraine, April 26, 2022</p>
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<p class=Russia will cut gas supplies to Poland and Bulgaria on Wednesday as explosions in the pro-Russian separatist region of Moldova in Transnistria stoke fears of the war spreading beyond Ukraine’s borders.

On Tuesday evening, Polish and Bulgarian authorities said they had been warned by Russian gas company Gazprom about its intention to halt its gas supplies to those two countries the next day, despite the contracts binding them.

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