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Germany appeals court ruling favourable to Poland

26.11.2019 14:52
The German government has submitted an appeal against a European Court of Justice ruling earlier this year to limit gas flows through the Opal gas pipeline from Russia, the montelnews.com website has reported.
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The top European court in September overruled a 2016 European Commission decision which had allowed the operator of Opal and Russian gas giant Gazprom to sell and ship more supplies. Poland contested that decision.

Warsaw claims that its supply security is infringed by Russia diverting supplies directly to Germany, away from traditional routes through Ukraine and Poland, the Reuters news agency reported.

The European Commission did not appeal against the September court ruling, according to Poland’s tysol.pl website.

Opal is a German onshore gas link connected to the Nord Stream pipeline from Russia.

Polish Euro MP Jacek Saryusz-Wolski commented on Twitter: “Germany appeals to the European Court of Justice in the interests of Gazprom, and against Poland and the first ruling of the court, which agreed with Poland and not the European Commission … on the Opal gas pipeline.”


Source: montelnews.com/tysol.pl/Twitter