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Gazprom asks Siemens for documents to transport Nord Stream 1 turbine to Russia.

by The Kyiv Independent news desk July 16, 2022 5:28 PM 1 min read
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The turbine, which is intended for Russia's Nord Stream 1 gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea, was being repaired in Canada at German engineering firm Siemens' facilities. Canada recently allowed the company to bypass Western sanctions and send the turbine back to Germany, despite Ukraine’s concerns that it will allow Russia to continue weaponizing its energy supplies to Europe. The Ukrainian World Congress is suing the Canadian government for the decision, accusing it of violating sanctions.

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