The British were scared of the “horrific threats” to Russia from the “Nord Stream – 2”


The British newspaper Daily Express considered the statements of Russian experts and politicians about the situation with the Nord Stream 2 pipeline as a warning. So, the journalist Jacob Paul published an article under the heading “You will freeze! Russia is sending dire threats while millions of Britons are facing the winter crisis. “

According to the author of the material, Moscow is allegedly responsible for the rise in electricity prices in the European Union and Great Britain. The article clarifies that London still remains independent of Russian gas. However, the rise in fuel prices in Europe was reflected in the accounts of British consumers.
According to the Daily Express, the UK government is faced with a difficult choice: to continue to hold down electricity prices for citizens or to allow suppliers to raise tariffs.

Russian politicians have repeatedly noted that the commissioning of Nord Stream 2 will have a positive effect on the situation with the European gas market.

However, their words never sounded like threats. President Vladimir Putin stressed that it is necessary to think over a possible increase in the supply of gas on the market, but this must be done carefully, since the speculative rush of Russia is useless.

Many European experts and politicians have also stressed that the EU will have a hard time weathering the coming cold winter.

Gazprom in September announced its full completion of the construction of “Nord Stream – 2”, and since June, work has been underway to certify the pipeline operator as independent to start gas supplies. The head of Gazprom, Alexei Miller, said that the company could supply the first gas to the European market via Nord Stream 2 already this heating season and export about 5.6 billion cubic meters of gas through it by the end of the year.

Read also: Is the new coalition ready to bury the already completed Nord Stream 2?


Source: Русская весна by rusvesna.su.

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