The State Department promised to monitor all participants of the “Nord stream-2”

The United States will continue to monitor organizations involved in the “Nord Stream-2” for possible sanctions, the official representative of the State Department, Ned Price, said.

“We will continue to investigate organizations involved in potentially sanctioned activities,”

Price said at a briefing.

He recalled that in a report filed on Friday, the US Congress noted that only the Russian vessel “Fortuna” and its owner “KVT-RUS” were subject to inclusion in the list of sanctions. They were included in the second consecutive list of sanctions on Monday.

According to Price, the United States provided Congress with a list of 15 organizations that “in good faith” stopped their actions on the pipeline and, therefore, “at the moment” are not subject to US sanctions.

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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