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Poland fines Gazprom PLN29bn for putting together an international consortium to build Nord Stream 2
Biden takes aim at Turkey’s “provocative actions” against Greece and Erdogan’s Hagia Sophia conversion
Spain has approved plans to replace 25% of its current fossil-fuel-sourced hydrogen with green hydrogen as part of plans to meet international carbon emissions targets.
In hard-hitting report, bloc’s executive slams Ankara’s treatment of economy, democracy and judiciary. Lira slips, partly also on reports that Turks are readying to test Russian missiles.