UK Foreign Secretary William Hague has criticised Gazprom's decision to cut gas supplies to Ukraine, saying it undermined Russia's reputation as a reliable energy supplier.
"We obviously regret Gazprom's decision to do this and I think such decisions damage the credibility of Russia in supplying energy elsewhere across Europe," Hague said in the parliament.
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“We’re going to keep families together and the border is going to be just as tough as it’s been,” the president told the crowd.