Nord Stream 2 will do without Latvia’s help

By Staff reporter 18 May 2017

Nord Stream 2 will proceed without the participation of Latvia, the company developing the pipeline expansion said in an official letter to the port authority of Ventspils, according to The Baltic Times.

"[Nord Stream 2] sincerely thanked us for cooperation over the past month and said the cooperation had been constructive, but that unfortunately it did not bear fruitful results. Nord Stream 2 will manage without Ventspils and the project will be implemented in cooperation with Russia, Finland, Sweden and Germany, but without Latvia," Aivars Lembergs,...

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