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Germany hopes to reach deal with Biden on Nord Stream 2

Christian Fernsby |
German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas expects the longstanding issue of the Russian gas pipeline project, Nord Stream 2, to be settled after Joe Biden takes office as U.S. president.

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Topics: GERMANY   

“The European Union sees the sanctions introduced against the project as an illegal step and takes a different view of the political aspect when it comes to the issue,” Maas said in an interview with German weekly news magazine Der Spiegel.

“We don’t cherish illusions about the issue. There’s hardly any difference in views between Democrats and Republicans. However, a renewed strain and another way of discussing will help to achieve progress on the matter.” the German top official added.


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