Gazprom says gas will flow regardless of political interference

Gazprom maintains that Nord Stream 2 will send gas to the European continent regardless of political pressure to stop the project, writes Financial Times.

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There may be political resistance to gas pipeline Nord Stream 2, but it will be established in any case, to sum up the latest announcement from Russian energy company Gazprom. The state-owned company is responsible for the project, which is planned to deliver gas from Russia to Germany, writes Financial Times.

"We will still produce and submit our gas into Russia's Unified Gas System, which will then distribute it. We see no option of halting production," says Gazprom Chief Executive Nadym Dobycha to the media.

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