Russia’s seizure of Ukrainian ships in the Kerch Strait - the narrow passage the separates the Sea of Azov from the Black Sea and strategically separates Ukraine's occupied Crimea region from the Russian mainland - has raised serious questions about the trustworthiness of the country’s energy dealings with Europe, an official from the Bureau of Energy Resources said.

“Given Russia’s aggression in recent weeks, this is a good time to spotlight our diplomacy in this area. The energy security of...


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