Gas crisis: Prague and Berlin seek solidarity agreement

Until winter, the Czech Republic and Germany want to finalize the still outstanding solidarity agreement on mutual gas supply. This was announced yesterday by the governments of both countries following a meeting between German Minister for Economic Affairs Robert Habeck (Greens) and his counterpart Jozef Síkela in Prague. The two countries have been negotiating the agreement for months; it is intended to clarify technical and financial issues for mutual gas supplies in case of a shortage.

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