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US, Germany reach agreement on Nord Stream 2

The US agrees it will no longer attempt to halt gas pipeline Nord Stream 2 following an extended dispute over the project.

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The US and Germany have agreed on a deal regarding Russian gas pipeline Nord Stream 2, reports The Washington Post on Wednesday.

The agreement marks the end of a long dispute between the two countries and entails that Germany commit itself to investing in green technology in Ukraine. In return, the US will no longer attempt to halt the project.

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