BRUSSELS - Ten member states of the European Union, including Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania, have sent the European Commission a letter criticizing the Russian-German plan to extend the Nord Stream gas link.
The nations maintain that Nord Stream 2 is not in the EU’s interests and will weaken Ukraine’s positions.
The Russian energy giant Gazprom and five West European energy companies reached an agreement on building a second pipeline under the Baltic Sea this autumn.
The letter to the Commission was signed by Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Es...
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