Preserving gas transit through Ukraine is condition for implementing Nord Stream-2 project
The implementation of the Nord Stream-2 gas pipeline project will be difficult without preserving gas transit from Russia to Europe via Ukraine, German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel has said.
"We have one condition ... I believe that it is feasible, to preserve gas transit through Ukraine. It will be very difficult to implement the Nord Stream-2 project without preserving gas transit," Gabriel said at a breakfast with the representatives of business circles of Russia and Germany.
"I have the impression Russia understands this," he added.
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