Around 2022 of the year the contract that the prime minister (Waldemar) Pawlak signed with the Russians will end- transmits his words RT. Pawlak was premier from 1993 to 1995 year.
Vashchikovskiy noted that by this time Poland will already have the opportunity to import from “politically safe destinations”, which will not be for the country a “political instrumental impact”. According to him, Russia in recent years has thus put pressure on Ukraine and Belarus.
I expect that then the LNG terminal at Swinouste will be fully commissioned and expanded. We will also build a Baltic pipe to the waters of the North Sea.- he noted, adding that Poland will be able to import the resulting gas to neighboring countries. How much the country will cost such financial adventures, the foreign minister modestly kept silent.
Previously, the Minister of Energy of Poland Krzysztof Tkheuzovsky declared his intention to terminate a long-term contract with Gazprom. At the same time, the representative of the Polish government on strategic energy infrastructure, Peter Naimsky, noted that "it would be unwise to make some tough statements now on what the country will do in 2023 year."