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In Russia called complex coming meeting.
In Moscow expect difficult negotiations of presidents of Russia and USA Vladimir Putin and Donald trump in Helsinki (Finland), given the large number of differences between the two countries. But the Kremlin does not predict that the latest statement of the American leader on the project Nord stream – 2 will bring additional difficulties, reports the Internet-the edition with reference to .
“They (the talks) and so will be difficult. You know the volume differences that are on the agenda, so it’s hardly something to make it complicated,” – said the speaker of the Kremlin, Dmitry Peskov, answering the question, whether the criticism of trump Nord stream – 2 additional difficulties at the summit in Helsinki on 16 July.
In the Kremlin did not agree with the statements about the dependence of Germany on Russian gas, as the supply of “blue fuel” will lead to interdependence of the seller and the buyer.
Peskov said that the gas pipelines Nord stream 1 and Nord stream – 2 are exclusively commercial projects that meet the interests of both suppliers and buyers of raw materials in Western Europe.
The attacks on the gas pipelines Nord stream 1 and Nord stream – 2 is a manifestation of unfair competition, said the speaker of the Kremlin. According to him, is “not that other, as attempt to force European consumers to buy more expensive liquefied natural gas, which of the alternative places to come”.
We will remind, on the eve of the US President Donald trump at a meeting with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said: “I think it’s very sad when Germany concludes a large-scale agreement with Russia on oil and gas. I believe that Germany is hostage to Russia, because Germany gets so much energy from Russia.”Responding to Trump, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said: “I felt that, as part of Germany controlled by the Soviet Union. And I am very glad that today we are United and free Germany. So we can say that we may conduct its own independent policy and make our own decisions.”