the Work was frozen until the end of September. The pipeline is already built more than 90%. It should stretch from the coast of Russia to Germany. It was originally planned to be completed by December 2019. But due to bureaucratic slowness of Denmark’s timing was disrupted. As a result, she became the last country that allowed to carry out work in their area. The document was signed just two weeks ago, but almost immediately found a new reason why the construction has not been able to continue.
As explained to German radio station NDR Info, nature in this case played into the hands of politicians. This week on a visit to Denmark arrived U.S. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo, who met with Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen and Minister of foreign Affairs Jeppe Kofod. The U.S. actively opposed the “Nord stream-2”, as promoted in Europe its liquefied natural gas. In December last year, America has imposed sanctions against companies involved in the construction of the pipeline. Now, the us Congress introduced a bill on additional sanctions.
a statement on the preparation of retaliatory sanctions if the United States do implement their threats against the “Nord stream-2”, made in Germany.