That would make the two governments major shareholders of key gas infrastructure as they seek to reduce their need for Russian gas imports by attracting alternative suppliers, including of liquefied natural gas (LNG).
European nations are looking to cut their dependence on Russian gas in response to the crisis in
EON's stakes in Lithuanian and Latvian gas and power companies are worth a total
The German company, which holds 38.9 per cent in the gas utility
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