Germany seeks for methods to resolve gas shortage
(MENAFN) The German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action announced on Monday that the nation was on operation to work on methods to turn back Russian tools for the Nord Stream gas pipeline from Canada.
The ministry’s representative, Beate Baron, stated at a meeting, responding to remark on the timing of the completion of the talks that “We have addressed the issue to Canada and are also in contact with the European Commission.”
As of June, Russian energy provider Gazprom declared that it was enforced to cut natural gas movements to Germany through the Nord Stream pipeline by 60 percent, due to Siemens turbines from its Portovaya pumping station in Vyborg were trapped in Montreal, where they were sent to undergo repairs.
The parts collapse under Canada’s restrictions on Russia, and Ottawa stated that it cannot give them back without breaking the sanctions.
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