Without Russian natural gas: the case of Slovenia

Prior to the crisis, Slovenia’s dependence on Russian natural gas stood at 80 per cent. Numerous systemic and sectoral measures implemented by the government after the crisis have reduced this dependency, and a new strategic supply of natural gas has been secured from an African country (Algeria). In recent months, the government has been focusing primarily on developmental and long-term measures in the energy sector to ensure a reduction in its vulnerability to similar risks in the future.
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