EU countries agree on North Stream 2 project
It was stated that Berlin and Paris agreed on the supervision of the North Stream 2, which will transport Russian gas to Germany under the Baltic Sea.
The member states have agreed on the regulation that will pave the way for the European Union to take control of the North Stream 2 project, which will transport Russian gas to Germany from under the Baltic Sea.
The project will open the way for the EU to be given the right to speak to the Council in Brussels.
In relation to the supervision of the North Stream 2, the differences between Berlin and Paris had already been overcome. The project, which will pave the way for the EU to be given the right to speak, will be put on the table in Brussels.
The proposal is said to have received the support of 27 of the 28 countries. Germany will continue to be the country engaged in negotiations with Russia on the North Stream 2 project.
In the context of the North Stream 2 project, Russian gas will first arrive in Greifswald, Germany and will be distributed to Europe.