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“If there is a legal issue for Canada here, then I want to note that I’m not asking you to deliver it (a turbine. -


) to Russia, deliver it to Germany,” he said.

According to him, Germany needs the capacity of Nord Stream to fill gas storage facilities.

Earlier, Nord Stream AG reported that from July 11 to July 21, the Nord Stream gas pipeline will be stopped for scheduled maintenance.

On June 9, Russian gas supplies via Nord Stream were reduced due to planned technical work.

According to Gazprom, the supply volumes were limited due to the untimely return of equipment from repair by Siemens.

Igor Yushkov, an expert from the Financial University under the Government of Russia and the National Energy Security Fund, commented on the situation with gas in Germany in an interview with Nation News.