Habeck: Oil embargo manageable for Germany

Surprising turnaround: Germany is now sufficiently prepared for a halt to Russian oil supplies, according to Economic Affairs Minister Robert Habeck. “Today, I can say that an embargo has become manageable for Germany,” the Green politician said after a meeting with his Polish colleague Anna Moskwa in Warsaw on Tuesday. At the beginning of the month, the word was that an embargo on Russian oil would be possible by the end of the year.

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