Qatar warns the European Union: We can in turn cut off gas for you – The Times

Eva Kaili, Greek MEP and Vice-President of the European Parliament

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The British newspapers issued today dealt with new information in the case of accusing the Greek Vice-President of the European Parliament, Eva Kaili, of receiving bribes from Qatar, and the latter’s threat to Europe to cut off gas from it, in addition to what Qatar has achieved in hosting the World Cup with the end of the tournament and the spread of Covid in Britain.

We start our tour from The Times and a report by its correspondents Andy Karasava in Athens and Bruno Waterfield in Brussels, entitled: “Qatar warns the European Union in the issue of bribery: We can in turn cut off the gas for you.”

We can cut off the gas for you

The report indicates that Qatar threatened to cut off energy supplies to Belgium and Europe due to the dispute over the corruption scandal that rocked the European Union.

Eva Kayli, a Greek MEP and Vice-President of the European Parliament, is still being held after the police confiscated more than €900,000 in bags belonging to her and her Italian husband, Francesco Giorgi, an employee of the European Parliament.

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