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US, Germany near deal on Russia’s Nord Stream 2 pipeline: reports

21.07.2021 14:45
The United States has reached a preliminary agreement with Germany over Russia’s controversial Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline, which is vehemently opposed by Poland and Ukraine, several news agencies have reported.
Pipes for the construction of the Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea gas pipeline and the Russian ship Akademik Cherskiy seen at the German port of Mukran in September 2020.
Pipes for the construction of the Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea gas pipeline and the Russian ship Akademik Cherskiy seen at the German port of Mukran in September 2020.Photo: EPA/CLEMENS BILAN

The AP news agency cited US Congressional aides it did not name as saying that the deal would allow the completion of the disputed pipeline without either Germany or Russia facing new US sanctions.

In return, the United States and Germany will make certain concessions to Ukraine and Poland, the Associated Press reported.

US administration officials have declined to comment on details pending an official announcement later this week, the AP also said.

According to the Bloomberg news agency, the US-German deal on the Nord Stream 2 pipeline could threaten sanctions and other retaliation if Russia tried to use energy as a weapon against Ukraine.

A senior US diplomat is visiting Poland and Ukraine this week in part to discuss Nord Stream 2.

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Source: energetyka24.comAPbloomberg.com