She wished that German politicians would say something along the lines of: “From our perspective, it’s very hard to see gas flowing through the pipeline or for it to become operational if Russia renews its aggression on Ukraine.”
Germany has continued to defend the development of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline, with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz describing it as an apolitical project saying: ”With regard to Nord Stream 2, it is a private-sector project,”
Germany has been criticised for its heavy dependence on imported Russian fossil fuels, which some analysts believe is used by Russian President Vladimir Putin to influence the country’s decisions when dealing with Ukraine.
The Nord Stream 2 is a Russian pipeline currently in the works and has Germany and the Kremlin locked in negotiations.
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