STRASBOURG – Two members of the European Parliament on February 12 renewed their opposition to the Nord Stream-2 natural gas pipeline from Russia to Germany, reiterating earlier concerns that it would boost the European Union’s reliance on Russian gas monopoly Gazprom and reduce the gas transit via Ukraine.

On February 8, EU ambassadors in Brussels agreed to toughen regulations on Nord Stream-2 but after German-French compromise the Gas Directive will be applied to Nord Stream-2 only in Germa...

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