MEPs aim to control Nord Stream 2 with changes to gas directive

The gas pipeline would be very hard to stop, but it can at least become subject to EU regulations, so Russia does not have full control, say European parliamentarians, who look set to campaign for strict changes to the gas directive in order to gain control over Nord Stream 2.

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Discussions were heated Tuesday night when the EU Parliament's energy rapporteurs met to debate changes to the gas directive proposed by the EU Commission in November.

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