In late February, a few days after Russia invaded of Ukraine, Russia officially threatened to cut off its gas exports to Europe.
This prompted Germany at that time to suspend new sanctions against Russia and led serious speculation among Europeans and their energy future.
In this speculation, Iran certainly helped Moscow to paralyze Europe by using energy and force Europe to react to the campaign to occupy Ukraine.
In this light, Iran, with Russia’s help, has practically turned Europe’s winter into a frozen purgatory.
The gas field (in northern Iran) may pose a serious geopolitical threat to Russia’s dominant role in the European gas market.
In other words, Russia has always tried to prevent Iranian gas enter the European energy market under any circumstances.
Global solidarity, namely the P5+1 alliance, could force the Iranian regime to withdraw from building an atomic bomb in the nuclear talks. »