US Will Provide Natural Gas to EU as the Bloc Aims to Cut Ties with Russia

The U.S. President Joe Biden said that it will work with international partners to provide more of liquified natural gas to European nations in a replacement of Russian gas in a move for the bloc to cut their dependence on Russia energy. 

The U.S. said that it will provide at least 15 billion cubic meters of liquified natural gas to the bloc for next winter and moving forward. 

The statement came after the meeting with European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and announcement of a joint task force to bolster energy security for Ukraine and the EU.