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US official: American stance on Nord Stream 2 unlikely to change

18.11.2020 15:50
There is a low likelihood that the American stance on the Nord Stream 2 pipeline will change, Virginia E. Palmer, a US State Department official, has said.
Pipes for the Nord Stream 2 gas link at the Port Mukran, Germany.
Pipes for the Nord Stream 2 gas link at the Port Mukran, Germany.Photo: Gerd Fahrenhorst/Wikimedia Commons; licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license.

Under President Donald Trump, the US administration has been actively supporting Poland in its calls to cancel the controversial gas link, which would connect Russia to Germany via the Baltic Sea, bypassing Poland, Ukraine and the Baltic States.

Recently, the United States broadened its sanctions against companies involved in the construction of Nord Stream 2.

Virginia E. Palmer, speaking at a webinar hosted by the Warsaw Institute think-tank, said that the American position on the project is unlikely to change once the new administration under President-elect Joe Biden takes office.

Agnieszka Łaszczuk reports.