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The largest buyers of Europe agreed to pay Russia for gas according to the scheme proposed by Vladimir Putin, nine companies refused, according to an analytical material prepared by the KSE Institute.

According to analysts, many companies continued to pay Gazprom by opening euro or dollar accounts with Gazprombank. The payment mechanisms are not fully known to the public, and it is not clear whether companies are opening accounts in rubles, which the EU commission says would mean violating sanctions.

Companies that pay under the new scheme:

▪️MVM (Hungary);
▪️VNG, RWE, Uniper (Germany);
▪️Engie (France);
▪️Eni (Italy);
▪️OMV (Austria);
▪️CEZ (Czech Republic);
▪️SPP (Slovakia);
▪️Geoplin (Slovakia);
▪️DEPA Commerce, Mytilineos and Prometheus Gas (Greece);
▪️Great Britain allowed to conclude agreements with Gazprombank until May 31.

A total of nine companies refused to pay in rubles, including those from the Netherlands, Poland, Bulgaria, Denmark, Finland, and the Baltic countries.

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