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Parliamentary questions
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28 March 2022
P-001266/2022
Priority question for written answer  P-001266/2022
to the Commission
Rule 138
Petros Kokkalis (The Left)
 Answer in writing 
 Subject: Additional measures regarding the EU’s emergency energy supply

In the light of Europe’s energy dependence, the ongoing financing of the Russian invasion of Ukraine through the payment of huge amounts of money to Russia for the supply of natural gas, and the fact that Russia is making outrageous demands, asking for gas payments in roubles for example, and is even threatening to use nuclear weapons,

we ask the Commission:

Has it carried out a risk assessment under Regulation (EU) No 994/2010 (Article 9(1)(c)) in the event that Russia unilaterally cuts off natural gas supplies to Europe, and an assessment of the time and steps required to tackle such a large disruption of the natural gas supply? If so, does it intend to inform the European Parliament about this risk assessment?

In such a scenario, does it intend to declare a Union emergency under Article 11 of the Regulation and to take action under Article 122 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the EU?

Original language of question: EL
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