Gazprom for Nord Stream: The pressure has stabilized, it is possible to supply gas again

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“If a decision is made to start deliveries through line B of Nord Stream 2, the natural gas will be piped into the pipeline after the integrity of the system has been checked and verified by the supervisory authorities,” it is emphasized.

The Russian energy giant Gazprom announced on Monday that natural gas had stopped leaking from the three damaged lines into the pipelines Nord Stream in the Baltic, and that it may be possible to resume the pipeline through the remaining single line.

Gazprom said in a statement that the pressure on the three lines has stabilized, and that it is working to reduce environmental risks.

“If a decision is made to start deliveries through line B of Nord Stream 2, natural gas will be piped into the pipeline after the integrity of the system has been checked and verified by the regulatory authorities”the Russian company said.

His accusations of “traces” showing that the West “played a role” in the sabotage of the Nord Stream pipelines the head of Russia’s foreign intelligence service, Sergei Naryskin, meanwhile reiterated.

“Russia Continues to Collect Evidence on Nord Stream Sabotage, But Some ‘Indirect Data’ Point to a Western Trace” said Vladimir Putin’s chief spy in an interview with Rossiya-1 channel.

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