Poland’s president calls for removal of Nord Stream 2

Polish President Andrzej Duda has called for the elimination of the fallow Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea gas pipeline between Russia and Germany in Kyiv. Because of Russia’s war of aggression against Ukraine, there can be no return to normality in relations with Moscow, Duda said Tuesday at the online consultations of the so-called Crimea Platform. Therefore, a different policy of the West is needed, “which will lead not only to stopping Nord Stream 2, but to eliminating Nord Stream 2,” Duda said, according to Polish agency PAP.

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