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Nord Stream 1: Russia’s Gazprom halts gas supply to Germany

By DW
01 September 2022   |   1:40 pm
Russian energy giant Gazprom said due to maintenance on the Nord Stream 1 pipeline there would be no gas flow to Germany between August 31 and September 3. Berlin has accused Moscow of weaponizing energy supplies.

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