evidence:yes. the message is, if you lift the sanctions we send gas again
As of September 2022, Russia had cut gas deliveries to several European countries -- for example Poland, Bulgaria, the Netherlands and Finland -- citing a failure to comply with rouble payments in each case. In May, the EU softened its stance on gas trading restrictions, leading several key customers to ultimately cave in to Russian demands and pay in roubles to keep supply stable in the short run.
counter-evidence:Russia has already concluded that it's energy cooperation with Europe is over.
Russian gas producer Gazprom (GAZP.MM) said its supply of gas to Europe through Ukraine via the Sudzha entry point was 41.8 mcm on Monday versus 41.7 mcm on Sunday.