At an emergency meeting in Luxembourg on Tuesday, energy ministers are discussing how the European Union could complement measures already taken by member states and what could be done in the medium term to prevent future price shocks.
Countries including Poland and Spain called for the EU to come up with new intervention tools, but a group of nine nations including Austria, Denmark, Finland and the Netherlands argued that the hike is temporary and should not lead to quick changes to the bloc's energy laws and ambitious climate reforms.
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