EU Parliament demands action against Nord Stream 2

MEPs propose a new resolution to member states to impose tighter sanctions on the Russian-German gas pipeline. This is the second instance in a short time of the parliament moving to thwart the project.

When Nord Stream 2 AG, according to its own timetable, was set to resume pipelaying operations offshore of Bornholm Friday last week, the twin connection lacked 69.2 and 49.6 kilometers, respectively. The project company has thus far declined to confirm that construction has started again. | Photo: Jens Bttner/AP/Ritzau Scanpix

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