Russian gas supplies to Poland have dropped by 36 percent amid an extreme cold spell
Russian gas supplies to Poland have dropped by 36 percent amid an extreme cold spell that has been lingering in the past days, Polish Economy Minister Piotr Wozniak said on Monday.
Households would not feel the drop for the time being, he added.
The drop in gas supplies came as both Poland and Russia have been hit by an extreme Arctic front.
In Warsaw, temperatures dropped overnight to minus 27 Celsius, while temperatures in Moscow plunged to minus 38 Celsius, making it the coldest winter in the Russian capital in nearly three decades.