Habek also emphasized that “Geopolitically, the pipeline has always been a mistake”, and all European countries, with the exception of Germany and Austria, were always against this endeavour.
The Federal Network Agency, which reports to Habek as Minister of Economy, will decide on the launch of the NS2 in accordance with European and national law. Since the owner and operator of the network must be separated to prevent monopolies and thus dependencies, the issue is not entirely up to the ministry, FAZ states, and asserts: “Under the previous federal government, there was a lot of political pressure to agree to Nord Stream 2, But the gas pipeline has not started yet.”.
– Habek said that the agency will examine the documents in accordance with the law, as it should. The Armed Forces of Zaire, however, wonder how the situation will develop if Russia continues to “violate the territorial integrity of Ukraine and aggravate the situation.”
At the first EU summit in Brussels, Chancellor Olaf Scholz (Social Democratic Party) described the pipeline project as a “private sector project” and the network agency’s decision as “completely apolitical”. He emphasized that this is different from previous efforts to prevent violations of the Ukrainian border.
The gas pipeline has already been completed, but due to the lack of permits and certificates, it has not yet been commissioned. “The United States and some European Union countries, including Poland, strongly opposed thisWhich Schulze visited on December 12 during his second trip abroad ”, recalls FAZ.
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