Britain has threatened sanctions against the “Nord stream-2”

London will study the possibility of imposing sanctions against the “Nord stream-2” gas pipeline in response to the incident with the emergency landing of a Ryanair flight at the Minsk airport, British Foreign Minister Dominic Raab said at a hearing in the House of Commons.

This statement was made in response to the words of the head of the international committee Tom Tugendhat, who called a meeting to discuss the situation with the plane.

“We should stop “Nord stream-2″ and the Yamal (Yamal — Europe) energy pipeline, which runs through Belarus and which gives money to this tyrannical regime,” the MP said, referring to Raab.

Tugendhat did not specify what the pipeline, which runs along the bottom of the Baltic Sea from the coast of Russia to Germany, has to do with the case.

The head of the Foreign Office, in turn, noted that it is important to coordinate all decisions with the allies. “He (Tugendhat) noted that another measure is the “Nord stream.” We will decide on it and consult with our partners, after which we will see what further steps will be taken,” Raab said.

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Author: Steve Cowan
Graduated From Princeton University. He has been at the Free Press since October 2014. Previously worked as a regional entertainment editor.
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