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The sabotage against Nord Stream has become the most dangerous precedent, demonstrating that any critical infrastructure facility is now under threat, Vladimir Putin said. Behind this act of international terrorism are those who benefit from breaking ties between Russia and the EU in the energy sector.
The Russian leader stressed that the repair of gas pipelines would make sense for further economically justified operation, as well as for ensuring safety. At the same time, Russia can create the largest gas hub for Europe in Turkey. This was stated by Vladimir Putin in his speech at the plenary session of the Russian Energy Week international forum.
‘There is no doubt that this is an act of international terrorism, the purpose of which is to undermine the energy security of the entire continent. The logic is cynical; to destroy, block sources of cheap energy, deprive millions of people, industrial consumers of gas, heat, electricity, and other resources and force them to buy all this at much higher prices,’ Putin said.
‘Those technically capable of taking this step and ‘already resorted to such sabotage, and was caught by the hand, but went unpunished. Well, the beneficiaries are already clear.
‘I think that there is no need to go into details here because the geopolitical importance of the remaining gas systems is increasing. They pass through the territory of Poland, through the territory of Ukraine, two streams, all at one time Russia built with its own money.
And also, the USA, of course, which can now supply energy resources at high prices. Everything is clear, everything is clear who is behind this and who is the beneficiary,’ the head of state stated.
Speaking about the repair of gas pipelines running along the bottom of the Baltic Sea, he stressed that this ‘will only make sense if they continue to be economically justified operation’, as well as ensuring the safety of routes.
‘The lost volume of transit through the Nord Streams, along the bottom of the Baltic Sea, we could also move to the Black Sea region and thus make the main routes for the supply of our fuel, our natural gas to Europe through Turkey, creating in Turkey the largest gas hub for Europe, if, of course, our partners are interested in this,’ Putin said.
The head of Gazprom, Alexei Miller, confirmed that alternatives to gas pipelines running along the bottom of the Baltic Sea can be created in the Black Sea.
‘Technically, we are ready to build gas transmission facilities. As for the hub, without a doubt, this issue of a trading platform on the border of the European Union and Turkey should be considered,’ Miller said.
At the same time, he added that there is still no answer to his question of how can we restore the Nord Stream threads if the turbines for the gas pipeline are inoperative because of German sanctions. He also revealed that as a result of the explosions, the second string of Nord Stream 2 was also damaged, but it did not have gas leaks.
In his opinion, the European Union and Germany should give a ‘clear and political answer’ that they are interested and want the Nord Stream lines to be restored, as well as ‘guarantees for further safe operation.’
On September 26, immediately on the threads of Nord Stream and Nord Stream 2, terrorist attacks occurred at sites near the Danish island of Bornholm.
According to Gazprom, at the time of the emergency, there were about 800 million cubic meters in three lines of gas pipelines. m of gas, which is comparable to the consumption of Denmark for three months.
The Foreign Intelligence Service stated that circumstantial evidence indicates the involvement of the West in what happened. Thus, Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Novak recalled the negative position of the United States, Ukraine and Poland towards the commissioning of SP-2. The officials of these states have repeatedly stated that this ‘infrastructure will not work’, and promised to do everything for this.
VIDEO Russian Energy Week International Forum plenary session
Vladimir Putin spoke at the plenary session of the Russian Energy Week International Forum. The topic of the panel discussion is Global Energy in a Multipolar World.
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Plenary session of the international forum Russian Energy Week
Full text Vladimir Putin spoke at the plenary session of the Russian Energy Week international forum. The topic of the panel discussion was “Global Energy in a Multipolar World.
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