The US is counting on using Danish in the “braking” Russian energy projects “North stream-2”. This was stated by assistant Secretary of uess Mitchell, reports the Washington Examiner.
“Since the “Nord stream-2″ must pass through the waters of Denmark, that could potentially be significant political and legal stumbling block, which can really slow down the process of laying the pipeline,” he said.
According to Mitchell, the Russian project does not meet “the interests of energy security of Europe.” In his opinion, this is largely political and not economic project.
November 30 it became known that in Denmark there is a specific law that requires the government to give special permission for construction of the pipeline.
The project “Northern stream-2” involves the construction of two pipelines with a total capacity to 55 billion cubic meters per year. The pipeline will pass under the Baltic sea to Germany.
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