Merkel doesn’t rule out Russian gasoline pipeline curbs

BERLIN, September 7

Chancellor Angela Merkel doesn’t rule out imposing sanctions on a pipeline set to convey Russian gasoline to Germany in response to the suspected poisoning of a Kremlin critic with a Soviet-style nerve agent, her chief spokesman mentioned on Monday.

Merkel is below mounting stress from members of her conservative social gathering to droop the Nord Stream 2 pipeline,

an enormous mission to double Russian gasoline exports to Germany that’s greater than 90% full and on account of begin working from early 2021.

German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas mentioned in remarks printed on Sunday that Russia should assist clear up the circumstances across the poisoning of Alexei Navalny or face the potential for Germany withdrawing its assist for Nord Stream 2. — Reuters

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