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Nord Stream 2: EU member States agree on a compromise
In the dispute over the Gas Pipeline Nord Stream 2 Germany and France have reached a compromise. The EU member States have adopted on Friday afternoon, almost unanimously. The controversial project, with the Russian Gas through the Baltic sea to Europe to be transported, can therefore be continued. the

Germany and France have settled their dispute over the Gas Pipeline Nord Stream 2. Berlin and Paris have presented on Friday, with the EU Commission, coordinated proposal. The EU member States have adopted only two hours later, almost unanimously.

The proposal provides, inter alia, that the responsibility for Pipelines with third countries such as Russia is the EU country, in the line for the first time on the European network. With the new proposal, the Pipeline project, which had been to pull back the Frenchman on the Brink, but still a chance to implement it. On Friday, the EU want to vote-States on the appropriate policy.

especially the United States to criticize the Nord Stream project 2 violently

it is a Revision of the so-called Gas Directive. With the Changes the EU wants to get Commission a stronger influence on Gas Pipeline projects such as Nord Stream 2. Germany had tried in recent months to prevent the. The Commission wanted to, for example, that the operation of the lines, and the supply of Gas to be separated from each other, even in the case of projects outside the EU. In the case of Nord Stream 2 both is in the hands of the Russian group Gazprom. On Wednesday it became known through a report from the süddeutsche Zeitung, that France wanted to surprisingly support the projects of the EU Commission. The

critics of Nord Stream 2 fear that the EU do in order to dependent on Russia. The most violent U.S. President Donald Trump and the diplomatic representatives of the US government had criticised the project. Richard Grenell, the U.S. Ambassador in Berlin has warned German companies to participate in the Pipeline. You received a "significant sanction risks," said Grenell. The construction of the Pipeline has already begun, as lenders, among others, the German companies Uniper and Wintershall, and the French catering Engie are involved.

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