Germany: Berlin rejects 'any extraterritorial sanctions' against Nord Stream 2

German's Foreign Office spokesperson Christopher Burger said during a press conference on Wednesday that Berlin rejects «any extraterritorial sanctions» against Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline. «The Nord Stream 2 project contributes to the energy security in Europe, that is why we reject any extraterritorial sanctions. In fact, we have been holding talks for years already with the US, with the... Еще representatives of the Administration, with the Congress.» «The German Chancellor has clearly stated in Moscow that she opposes any extraterritorial sanctions. They affect Germany and European companies and represent interference in our internal affairs,» said Ulrike Demmer, spokesperson for German Government On January 11, during her meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin German, Chancellor Angela Merkel said that despite the political buzz around the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline, it is first and foremost an economic project. Speaking about Washington's sanctions imposed on the project she highlighted that Nord Stream 2 is legally compliant in Europe and added that «exterritorial sanctions are a wrong path to follow.» Burger also touched on the Berlin Libya conference and said that «there will be another meeting on the implementation of the agreement in Germany mid-February on the invitation of the German Foreign Ministry.» W/S Federal press conference, Berlin C/U Camera SOT, Ulrike Demmer, Spokesperson for German Government (German): «We took into consideration the reports and I don't want to speculate further on that topic. The German Chancellor has clearly stated in Moscow that she opposes any extraterritorial sanctions. They affect Germany and European companies and represent interference in our internal affairs. Nothing has changed in our position.» M/S Press conference C/U Camera SOT, Christopher Burger, Spokesperson for German Foreign Office (German): «From the very begging of this discussion we have always made very clear that we are in permanent contact with the US. Our position is clear as well — the Nord Stream 2 project contributes to the energy security in Europe, that is why we reject any extraterritorial sanctions. In fact, we have been holding talks for years already with the US, with the representatives of the Administration, with the Congress.» W/S Journalists C/U Camera SOT, Christopher Burger, Spokesperson for German Foreign Office (German): «We're working full steam to ensure that all the provisions of the agreement that was reached in Berlin are being fully implemented and improved. This will be discussed at the follow-up meeting of the Berlin Libya Conference. The participants of the conference pledged not to support the warring parties. There will be another meeting on the implementation of the agreement in Germany mid-February on the invitation of the German Foreign Ministry.» W/S Journalists *CUTAWAY* SOT, Ulrike Demmer, Spokesperson for German Government (German): «We demand from all the participants of the Berlin Libya conference to follow their obligations. They include in the first line an obligation not to supply weapons to warring parties, which is a direct violation of the UN resolutions.» C/U Camera W/S Press conference German's Foreign Office spokesperson Christopher Burger said during a press conference on Wednesday that Berlin rejects «any extraterritorial sanctions» against Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline. «The Nord Stream 2 project contributes to the energy security in Europe, that is why we reject any extraterritorial sanctions. In fact, we have been holding talks for years already with the US, with the representatives of the Administration, with the Congress.» «The German Chancellor has clearly stated in Moscow that she opposes any extraterritorial sanctions. They affect Germany and European companies and represent interference in our internal affairs,» said Ulrike Demmer, spokesperson for German Government On January 11, during her meeting with Russian President Vladimir
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