This was stated by Serbian President Alexander Vuchich.
According to Vuchich, after Russia’s statement, gas prices have risen by 25%.
A number of EU countries are considering refusing to pay for gas in rubles, including Germany, Italy and Austria.
Poland has already announced its refusal to pay for Russian gas in rubles. PGNiG President Pavlo Maevsky said that “the contractor cannot freely change the contract.”
Vasyl Cheban, the head of Moldovagaz, stated his readiness to pay in rubles. Such conditions are stipulated in the contract, so there are no problems with payment for Moldova.