Gazprom Germania has stopped receiving Russian gas

Gazprom Germania's subsidiaries are not receiving gas due to sanctions imposed by Russia on Western companies, German Economy Minister Robert Habeck said in a speech to parliament on Thursday, Reuters reports.

He also added that Germany had found alternative suppliers, but did not provide details, adding that his ministry would provide information on substitutes later that day.

Last month, Germany handed over to Gazprom Germany, an energy trading, storage and transmission company, which was abandoned by Russia's Gazprom (GAZP.MM), to its energy regulator to ensure energy security.

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