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US launches conflict in Ukraine, now sees energy crisis unfold in EU, Beijing says

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BEIJING (Sputnik) – The United States sparked the Ukraine crisis and is now watching Europe’s energy markets collapse, gaining profits and big profits, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said on Friday.

“The U.S., which started the Ukraine crisis, has become the biggest winner. They are monitoring and using attacks from the opposite bank. This deserves the international community’s consideration and vigilance,” Zhao said. Told.

Zhao pointed out that the gap between gas prices in the European and US markets has reached a record level, with the price gap already more than 10 times higher. According to the Business Insider news portal, U.S. companies could make more than $100 million from each vessel that supplies his LNG to Europe, he added.

“Clearly, US arms and food dealers are profiting from the crisis in Ukraine, but US energy distributors are not left behind,” said Zhao.

The Ukraine crisis has been going on for more than six months, proving once again that unilateral sanctions by the US and Western countries cannot solve the problem, but instead make it worse, Zhao added.



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