EU governments and companies should take “maximal” involvement in running Ukraine’s gas transport system after 2020
Friday, June 22, 2018

EU governments and companies should take “maximal” involvement in running Ukraine’s gas transport system after 2020

EU governments and companies should take “maximal” involvement in running Ukraine’s gas transport system after 2020, Lviv Mayor Andriy Sadovyi said Thursday in Brussels after meeting with EU officials on members of parliament. Given that many EU governments do not want to go “against Berlin,” he said the way Europe can guarantee diversity of gas supply routes after Nord Stream 2 is to join Ukraine next year in operating its east-west gas pipeline.

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