If it is decided to suspend supplies from Russia, gas reserves in storage in Europe will not be enough.

APA-Economics reports quoting Russian media that the statement came from Catherine McGregor, CEO of French energy company Engie.

According to him, the European Union is 40% dependent on Russian gas, and some European countries are 90% or even 100% dependent on it.

McGregor noted that it is very difficult to get rid of this dependence in a short time without preparation, without replacement measures and without preparing the market.

"We can finish this winter, because it is coming to an end.

The real problem in the medium term is the coming winter.

We use the bow to fill the warehouses.

At the end of the winter, the reserves are very weak ... If it is decided to cut off supplies from Russia, the reserves will not be enough, "he said.