"The approach towards Russia and other partners has to be different. I personally also believe that this is necessary to introduce a price cap for Russian gas because we don't have sanctions on gas yet.
So even if we are facing the crisis and we don't have enough supplies, households are protected."Kadri Simson,European Commissioner for EnergySpiralling inflation, an unhealthy dependence on Russian energy, and the risk of power cuts.
The European Commission faces one of its most concerning winters on record. So, what solutions can it provide? And how is it planning to ease the impact of growing bills on citizens?
Euronews reporter Aïda Sanchez was joined on the Global Conversation with the European Energy Commissioner Kadri Simson. Aïda Sanchez, EuronewsThe Commission president has just announced new sanctions.Read more on euronews.com