US, Germany reach deal on Controversial Russian gas Pipeline

US, Germany reach deal on Controversial Russian gas Pipeline

The United States and Germany have reached a deal so that it will permit the finishing touch of a debatable Russian gas pipeline to Europe without the imposition of in addition US sanctions, a senior US legit stated Wednesday.

Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Victoria Nuland instructed Congress that the 2 governments could rapidly announce information of the % this is supposed to deal with US and japanese and primary European worries approximately the effect of the Nord Stream 2 project.

The United States and Germany have reached a deal in an effort to permit the of of entirety of a debatable Russian fueloline pipeline to Europe with out the imposition of similarly US sanctions, a senior US reliable stated Wednesday.

Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Victoria Nuland informed Congress that the 2 governments could rapidly announce information of the percent this is supposed to deal with US and jap and significant European issues approximately the effect of the Nord Stream 2 project.

Nuland, the third-ranking US diplomat, told the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations that the US and Germany would release a joint statement later Wednesday regarding the pipeline. She said Washington and Berlin had committed to imposing sanctions on Russia and German companies should Moscow use the pipeline as a political weapon.

Nuland did not elaborate, although congressional aides briefed on the outlines of the deal said Tuesday it would allow the completion of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline without either Germany or Russia facing new US sanctions. In return, the US and Germany will make certain concessions to Ukraine and Poland, they said.

Nuland categorically denied reports that Ukraine had been warned against publicly complaining about the agreement and noted that State Department Counsellor Derek Chollet was visiting both Kyiv and Warsaw this week to inform them of the deal. Also Wednesday, the White House announced that President Joe Biden would welcome Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy to the White House on August 31.

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