In Ukraine, they reacted negatively to Canada's return of a turbine for the Nord Stream gas pipeline. At the same time, Ottawa motivated the decision by preventing difficulties for the German economy. Canada's decision to return the Nord Stream turbine was criticized in Kyiv />
The decision of the Canadian authorities to return the turbine for the Nord Stream gas pipeline is a bad precedent. This was stated by the head of the operator of the gas transmission system of Ukraine Serhiy Makogon on his Facebook page (owned by Meta— extremist organization banned in Russia).
“Canada succumbed to pressure and decided to return the turbine to Gazprom. This is a very bad precedent for exemption from sanctions. But the logic of such a decision is clear. Canada is returning the turbine, and Gazprom is expected to fully resume gas transit to Germany. This will allow Europe to continue accumulating gas for the winter,— wrote Makogon.
We are talking about Siemens Energy engines, which are being repaired at a plant in Montreal. Their return to Russia was complicated by the sanctions imposed by Canada due to the military operation in Ukraine.
June 14 Gazprom warned of cuts in gas supplies, citing delays in repairing gas pumping turbines. The daily supply volume was reduced to 100 million cubic meters. m with a planned volume of 167 million cubic meters. m. The next day, the company decommissioned another gas turbine engine, and the volume of pumping was reduced to 75 million cubic meters. m of gas per day.
Siemens and the German government called political, not technical reasons for the reduction in supplies. Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskovzhe said that Moscow values its “reputation of a responsible supplier” and fulfills its obligations for deliveries to Germany.
German Economy Minister Robert Habeck urged the Canadian government to return the turbine and suggested that Ottawa send it to Germany, not Russia, if it's a “legal issue”.
Read on RBC Pro Pro Sleeping 8 hours a day and being lazy: Jeff Bezos' healthy habits : experts ask for millions for nothing Cases Pro There is a shortage of strong managers in Russia. In what areas are leaders needed Articles Pro Food and the brain. What carbohydrates do to health, thinking and memory Summary Pro 11 gadgets that will help improve sleep that Berlin and Ottawa came to an agreement. “Canada will grant Siemens Canada a time-limited and revocable authorization to return the repaired turbines for Nord Stream 1” to Germany»,— the minister said. According to Wilkinson, in the absence of natural gas supplies, “the German economy will face serious difficulties.”
Despite the return of the turbine, from 11 to 21 July, both lines of the Nord Stream gas pipeline will be temporarily stopped. The operator company Nord Stream AG explained this by scheduled maintenance.
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