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Nord Stream 2: EU States agree in Pipeline dispute

After the settlement of the German-French dispute about Nord Stream 2 have agreed the EU's member States on a common Position. The European Gas directives have to be revised. The project should not be compromised.

In dispute over the construction of the Russian-German Nord Stream gas pipeline 2 have agreed the EU member States on a compromise. In Brussels, the negotiated agreement, to adopt Changes to the EU Gas Directive, stricter requirements for the project, as diplomats said. At the same time, but it should be ensured that the billion-project will not be threatened by it.

On the last point, especially, the Federal government had insisted. They wanted to prevent a far-reaching Revision of the Directive actually had to engage, but after a political change of course in France on negotiations. At the core of the compromise foresees that the EU country is for a Pipeline from a third state in which the line is reached for the first time the European network. In this case, Germany.

A confrontation was averted. All member States that reported in the session, had supported the paper. So, for example, Spain, Belgium, Denmark, but also Italy and Poland are critical of the project.

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