Sweden has joined Germany and Finland in allowing Gazprom to construct the Nord Stream-2
Friday, June 8, 2018

Sweden has joined Germany and Finland in allowing Gazprom to construct the Nord Stream-2

Sweden has joined Germany and Finland in allowing Gazprom to construct the Nord Stream-2 pipeline through its territorial waters. The only remaining holdout country for permits is Denmark. Construction of a receiving station for the 1,200 km pipeline has started in Germany’s Baltic Sea town of Lubmin.

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UIA’s second flight to North America, after New York, landed Wednesday afternoon at Toronto Pearson, Canada’s busiest airport.

UIA’s second flight to North America, after New York, landed Wednesday afternoon at Toronto Pearson, Canada’s busiest airport.

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The European Parliament votes Wednesday on extending EUR 1 billion in macro-financial aid to Ukraine. This would be the third package of aid since the Maidan revolution. In

The European Parliament votes Wednesday on extending EUR 1 billion in macro-financial aid to Ukraine. This would be the third package of aid since the Maidan revolution. In

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