German negotiators to discuss “Nord stream-2” in the US

The delegation will include advisers to the German Chancellor Jan Hecker and Lars-Hendrik Roller.

A high-level negotiating team from Germany will visit Washington this week to discuss the “Nord stream-2” gas pipeline project with the US government. This is with reference to the publications of the Funke media group, the portal reports on Tuesday Finanzen.net. According to him, the delegation will include the Adviser to the German Chancellor Jan Hecker and the economic adviser to Angela Merkel Lars-Hendrik Reller. They will meet with US President Joe Biden’s national security adviser, Jake Sullivan, and the new US Trade Representative, Catherine Tai.

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