The former U.S. ambassador to Poland, Georgette Mosbacher, has said that Germany has lost the moral right to lead the reconstruction of Ukraine. In an interview with Poland’s Rzeczpospolita newspaper, she cited the German insistence on pursuing the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline project and the way it contributed to making Europe dependent on Russian […]
According to energy expert Thierry Bros, Poland could use its vote in the European Council as leverage to force Germany to dismantle the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline from Russia to Germany, or else block the proposal to limit gas consumption
Opponents of Polish gas and energy independence are aiming to slow down the Polish economy and force Poland to accept Russian-German gas dictates, writes Editor-in-Chief of Gazeta Polska Tomasz Sakiewicz
Poorly administered EU policy towards climate change, a gas deal between Germany and Russia, and endless amounts of money being printed by central banks — times have been cheaper, writes Polish energy expert Tomasz Teluk
Donald Tusk has stayed totally silent with regard to the US administration’s U-turn on Nord Stream 2, but when Tusk was in power, he followed without question the interests of Germany and Western Europe, writes Marek Pyza
“It is very difficult to break up the cooperation chain between Germany and Russia despite clear examples of Putin’s imperial and criminal policies and the corruption stemming from them,” said Witold Waszczykowski
“An independent and secure Ukraine is an indispensable part of Europe; the goal of my visit was to reaffirm our policy that Ukraine is not alone in the defense of its sovereignty,” FM Zbigniew Rau stated after his Thursday visit to Kiev
France is set to vote against Nord Steam 2, claims Sueddeutche Zeitung, basing its information on anonymous sources from within the French government. On Friday the ambassadors of EU states in Brussels will vote on an amendment to the EU gas directive to halt NS2 construction.
All of the Visegrad Group members are opposed to Nord Stream 2. Discussions at a recent meeting of the V4 presidents in Slovakia, says presidential minister Krzysztof Szczerski, confirm that none of the countries will be benefiting from the pipeline.
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