It’s too early to talk about gas supplies via the surviving Nord Stream branch – media

MOSCOW, Jan 19 (Reuters) – It is premature to talk about Russian gas supplies to the EU via the surviving branch of the Nord Stream trans-Baltic gas pipeline, as there is no conclusion about its damage, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Novak, quoted by Russian news agencies, told reporters

“Now it is too early to talk about it, there is also a survey of the infrastructure, so there is no final conclusion on this matter in terms of the integrity of the infrastructure. We will look at the results of the survey, ”RIA Novak is quoted as saying.

At the end of September, two strings of the Nord Stream 1 gas pipeline and one string of Nord Stream 2 suffered unprecedented destruction, which Russia calls sabotage. (Olesya Astakhova. Edited by Anastasia Teterevleva)


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