Vice Chancellor and Minister of Economics and Climate Problems of Germany Robert Habek believes that after the completion of technical work on the Nord Stream in July, Russia may not resume gas supplies. If Russia takes such a step, then Germany expects a threefold increase in gas bills and a halt in a number of German industries. At the same time, he associated the very reduction in gas supplies from Russia with European sanctions and their effectiveness. “I would have to lie if I said that I was not afraid of this,” the vice chancellor replied to a question about the possibility of cutting off supplies (quoted by Spiegel). “If there is not enough gas, then certain industries that need gas will have to be turned off … Then all market and economic processes will be interrupted. For a number of industries, this will have a catastrophic effect, ”Robert Habek shared an unfavorable forecast for the development of the situation. The politician considers the reduction in gas supplies from Russia as a sign of the effectiveness of the sanctions policy against the Russian Federation. “Putin gets money….