BRUSSELS (AP) — The European Union establishments have agreed on a tentative deal that may doubtless complicate plans for a fuel pipeline from Russia to Germany. The EU Commission stated early Wednesday that the agreement…
BRUSSELS (AP) — The European Union institutions have agreed on a tentative deal that may possible complicate plans for a fuel pipeline from Russia to Germany.
The EU Commission stated early Wednesday that the agreement with the member states and the parliament will tighten regulation and oversight and impose harder circumstances.
Final week, France and Germany overcame their differences and backed a proposal, which the EU supported, that won’t scupper the politically delicate Russian-German Nord Stream 2 fuel pipeline, but might make it more difficult to implement.
EU Power Commissioner Arias Canete stated “that everyone eager about selling fuel to Europe should respect European power regulation.”
America, itself a serious fuel producer, has referred to as the pipeline a type of Russian control over Germany and a menace to European power security.
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