Lithuania decided to completely cut imports of Russian energy supplies, including oil, electricity, and natural gas, the Minister of Energy said.

“Not only it is an extremely important milestone for Lithuania in its journey towards energy independence, but it is also an expression of our solidarity with Ukraine. We must stop financing the Russian war machine,” Dainius Kreivys said.

He also emphasized that “Lithuania will achieve full energy independence when it successfully implements synchronization, meets its electricity needs through local green energy production, and becomes an electricity exporter.”

Lithuania's gas needs are endured via the Klaipėda LNG terminal with cargoes from the US, its electricity needs are met through local power generation and imports from EU countries through existing interconnections with Sweden, Poland, and Latvia, while Orlen Lietuva, the only oil importer in Lithuania, refused to import Russian crude oil more than a month ago. (ILKHA)

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