In a discussion at the European Parliament, Lithuanian MEP Rolandas Paksas on September 14 called on politicians to refrain from criticizing plans to expand the Nord Stream gas pipeline between Russia and Germany, and to look for benefits in the project that cause concern for the Lithuanian Government.
The former chairman of Lithuania's Order and Justice party called for "giving up politicking that creates low value-added" and to look for "economic benefits, rather than for political dividends" in the project known as Nord Stream 2.
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