Nord Stream 1: Canada to return repaired Russian pipeline part to Germany
11 July 2022 | 5:08 pm
Canada will return to Germany the repaired turbine of the Russian Nord Stream 1 pipeline, vital for sustaining German gas supply. Ukraine has condemned the move, saying it undermines the sanctions against Russia.
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