According to the assistant to the President of the United States for national Security, the United States is increasing exports of liquefied natural gas to Europe.

The United States is taking steps to reduce Europe’s dependence on energy from Russia. This was stated by the assistant to the President of the United States for National Security Jake Sullivan in an interview with CNN, aired on Sunday.

“We are working to rid Europe of Russian energy carriers. We are increasing the export of liquefied natural gas to Europe so that they can reduce their dependence on Russian gas,” Sullivan said. “We are taking steps to also reduce their dependence on Russian oil.”

“U.S. President Joe Biden is in direct contact with European leaders on this issue,” he said.

According to him, the United States is already increasing gas exports to Europe. “In fact, the United States is already increasing gas exports to Europe in order to reduce its dependence on Russia,” he said.