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However, student Nikolay Patev resents having any one company such as Russia’s Gazprom wielding so much influence: “I don`t mind where the gas is coming from, but if the supplier is unreliable and uses the gas as a political weapon, the relationship should be over. For me, it`s as simple as that.”



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