Employers and trade unions warn of Russian gas import freeze

Employers and trade unions have jointly warned against an import ban on Russian gas to Germany. Sanctions must be targeted, pressure must be put on the opposing side, and, if possible, damage to their own economy must be prevented, the Chairman of the Confederation of German Employers’ Associations BDA, Rainer Dulger, and the Chairman of the German Federation of Trade Unions (DGB), Reiner Hoffmann, told dpa. “In the case of the gas embargo currently under discussion, we don’t see that happening.”

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