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<p>A thriller is under way in Brussels, where the EU-27 summit is taking place, as the North and South seem to disagree on key issues related to the energy crisis and independence from Russian energy, the issues that are Today on the table. </p>
<p> In fact, according to information, the draft conclusions that were announced yesterday, Thursday, have changed and a new version of the text has been released today, which tries to take into account all the individual amendments. and interventions that have been made. </p>
<p>The meeting is a marathon, while no one can predict when it will end as the consultations are ongoing. </p>
<p> <strong> Pedro Sanchez </strong> </p>
<p> In fact, there were also unexpectedly, after at some point the Spanish Prime Minister, Pedro Sanchez, angrily left the room to clear as he said in his mind. </p>
<p> “Very nice! “I'm going to get some air and clear my mind and if you have something new to tell me, tell me,” Sanchez told the other leaders. </p>
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🔴 ÚLTIMA HORA | Sánchez se levanta de la cumbre europea y fuerza un parón técnico para lograr una excepción ibérica que permita bajar rápidamente la luz https://t.co/6vf8klVYd7 pic.twitter.com/2HZmrkzc6h

— EL PAÍS (@el_pais) March 25, 2022

According to the Spanish website Ultima Hora, Pedro Sanchez read on Twitter a post by a journalist of France 24, according to which he revealed that the Prime Minister of Spain would veto the decisions of the Summit. Outraged that this information was leaked, he left the room.

However, this is only an interpretation that is not confirmed by any other international media.

New text on the energy crisis

According to the information from the international media, about an hour ago a new text of the agreement on the energy crisis was distributed, which has not satisfied many EU countries.


Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis reiterated his proposal for the need to impose a ceiling on the price of gas and to address the passing of gas prices in the electricity market and to consumers.

In high tones the debate < According to Politico, citing EU diplomats, the debate is taking place in a very "intense" atmosphere.

Leaders gathered in Brussels for the summit are facing the difficult task of finding a common way to stem the spike in electricity prices as Europe seeks to cut off a key energy source – Russia. The compromise remains… far away as leaders continue to add things to the common text.

Various ideas have fallen on the table about how a compromise could be found, according to an official familiar with the matter. discussion – but they all have strong supporters and opponents.

The camps

One group wants aggressive EU intervention, including electricity or gas price caps, or perhaps a change in the whole structure of the energy market as a whole. The Mediterranean countries have pioneered this effort, with partial support from Belgium and Poland.

Another group, led by Germany and the Netherlands, is reacting to such dramatic measures. Instead, they want to accelerate the development of renewable energy sources and quickly adopt the EU's Fit for 55 emissions reduction package. They argue that reshaping the current market could threaten Europe's energy security.

Disagreement over gas

how the EU will ensure that it has enough gas for next winter, given the rapid pace at which Europe is shrinking Russian energy markets. The bids on the table include the common market and gas storage from the EU. While these proposals have proved less controversial, Berlin does not seem convinced, according to Politico.

Finally, It is noted that Italy has proposed the creation of an energy fund to help speed up the transition from Russian oil and gas – an idea also promoted by French President Emanuel Macron.

Source: politis.com.cy

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