The EU tries to play politics with Nord Stream 2

Last week we were able to observe the beginning of the second stage of the confrontation around the gas pipeline Nord Stream 2. The first stage, which started in the autumn of 2015, contained vivid statements of politicians from the Eastern Europe. They did not hesitate to call the pipeline a betrayal from the Western partners in the EU and repeated the thesis about the growing dependence on Russian gas. The head of the Council of Europe and the former Prime Minister of Poland Donald Tusk declared openly that he considered Nord Stream 2 project dangerous, which was undermining, threatening and so on. But those were just words, and now it came to certain actions.

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