German government spokesman Steven Hebestreet said that German Chancellor Olaf Schultz ruled out the possibility of operating the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline, even if a difficult situation arises in the coming months.
The German government said the country has difficult months to deal with a shortage of gas supplies, according to local media.
Former German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder visited Moscow in late July and met with Russian President Vladimir Putin to discuss energy issues.
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said that German politician Schröder was wondering if Nord Stream 2 (Nord Stream 2) could be used to solve the gas shortage crisis, and that Putin responded to this by saying: “It’s technically possible,” adding that Russia If this gas pipeline is launched, it will be able to supply Europe with 27 billion cubic meters of gas.
And the current Chancellor of Germany, Olaf Scholz, in response to a question about the advisability of operating the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline, said that there was already enough capacity to supply Europe with gas.
It is noteworthy that in February last year it was Germany that suspended the certification procedures for the operation of the completed Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline against the backdrop of Russia’s recognition of the sovereignty of the Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics.