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Germany and Canada have not yet made progress in resolving the problem with Siemens equipment, which, because of this, cannot be returned to Russia to restore the Nord Stream to its full capacity. This was announced at a briefing by a representative of the German Ministry of Economics.

“I can’t report progress. I am not aware of any changes.” leads his words to RIA Novosti.

On June 9, Russian gas supplies via Nord Stream were reduced due to planned technical work. According to Gazprom, the supply volumes were limited due to the untimely return of equipment from repair by Siemens.

After that, Gazprom announced that it was stopping the operation of another gas turbine engine of the German concern Siemens at the Portovaya CS.

After that, Gazprom announced that it was stopping the operation of another gas turbine engine of the German concern Siemens at the Portovaya CS.

According to the head of Gazprom, Alexei Miller, today there is no way to solve the problem that arose at the Portovaya compressor station, although Siemens is working on the situation.

He explained that the German company cannot return the equipment from Canada because it has imposed sanctions against Gazprom.

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