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Scholz: Germany will help debug Nord Stream

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German Chancellor Olaf Scholz reacted to the reduction in the amount of fuel pumped through Nord Stream against the backdrop of a scandal with the German company Siemens.

According to him, Berlin will make every effort to return the planned volumes of gas pumping. However, the head of the Federal Government of Germany still doubts that the situation is the result of technical difficulties.

“So far we are seeing a reduction in supplies to Germany and other Western European countries, which is justified by technical issues. It could be an accident, but it doesn’t have to be,” he said.

The German company Siemens previously refused to return the repaired turbine to Gazprom, justifying this with the sanctions policy of the European Union. In this regard, the Russian energy company was forced to ease pressure on Nord Stream. The EU gas market immediately reacted to this set of circumstances, where the price of natural fuel jumped sharply.



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