April 2019, Vol. 246, No. 4

Global News

Denmark Still Deciding on Nord Stream 2

Denmark’s foreign minister Anders Samuelsen said in March that his country hasn’t yet decided whether to allow a joint German-Russian gas pipeline to pass through its territorial waters, but suggested Moscow’s continued aggression in Ukraine was making it less likely to be approved. The Baltic Sea pipeline would bring Russian gas directly to Germany, skirting Poland and Ukraine, and has prompted criticism from them, the U.S. and others. Samuelsen said after meeting with German counterpart Heiko Maas in Berlin that once it’s time for a final decision, the government in Copenhagen will evaluate “what is going on in Russia and the way that they treat Ukraine.” With ongoing aggression, howeve

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