While taking into consideration the EU's current relations with Russia, the European Parliament on 12 March adopted a non-binding resolution by a 402 to 163 margin, with 89 abstentions, to oppose the Nord Stream-2 underwater natural gas pipeline that stretches from Russia to Germany via the Baltic Sea.

European parliamentarians have "reiterated their concerns that the Nord Stream-2 project could reinforce the EU‘s dependence on Russian gas supplies and threaten the EU's internal market,” the ...


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