Why is Ukraine not stopping the transit of Russian gas in the context of its demand to boycott Russian gas?

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Mar 23, 2022 01:17 PM 0 Answers
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As can be seen in this article from Germany, Zelenskyj calls for a gas boycott from Russia. At the same time, there is the transit of Russian gas through Ukraine. So why is Ukraine not stopping that transit, if they donĀ“t want Germany and other European countries to buy Russian gas?

A translation of the main part of the linked article:

KIEV. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has called on the
Germans to boycott Russian gas and other goods. "Without trade with
you, without your companies and banks, Russia will not have the money
for this war," the 44-year-old said in a video message shared on
social media on Monday. Nobody has the right to destroy peoples and
divide up Europe.

This question is completely different than this one, it is in context of the request made by Zelenskyj and described in the article. It is not about speculative possibility of Ukraine stopping the transit.

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