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    Finnish president informs Putin of his intention to join NATO

    May 16, 2022 - CE Noticias Financieras


      The Russian energy company Inter RAO has cut off early Saturday morning the electricity supply to Finland through its subsidiary RAO Nordic Oy, citing "problems in receiving payments for electricity sold", as reported by Fingrid, the Finnish company that manages the power grid.

      The statement explains, however, that the electricity imported from Russia accounts for about 10% of the Nordic country's total consumption, so the supply is not threatened by this decision: "The missing imports can be replaced on the electricity market by importing more electricity from Sweden".


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