German Foreign Minister does not rule out new sanctions on the “Nord stream-2”

German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas did not rule out new US sanctions against the “Nord stream-2” gas pipeline, Bloomberg reports.

“I would not say that there will be nothing more,” the minister said, answering a question about whether the topic of sanctions against the gas pipeline is closed.

According to Maas, in the United States, both Democrats and Republicans are “not very positive” about “Nord stream-2.” At the same time, as the agency notes, according to the head of the German Foreign Ministry, the discussions that have taken place in recent weeks give hope for solving in the coming months.

“So that this topic does not always remain a subject of conflict in the interaction between Germany and the United States, which is otherwise really remarkable,” Maas said.

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