The sanctioned turbine for the Russian Nord Stream gas pipeline returned at the request of Berlin after repairs in Canada is still in Germany, and this morning, August 3, the Chancellor Olaf Scholz going to “examine her”. This was reported by Siemens Energy Corporation, writes Welt.
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“Smotriny” are scheduled for the morning on the territory of Siemens Energy in Mülheim an der Ruhr.
The publication notes that the turbine has passed technical control in Canada and is ready for further transportation to Russia for installation at the Portovaya GCS.
Next to her, Scholz will deliver a brief press statement, jointly with Siemens Energy CEO Christian Bruch.
After the chancellor got acquainted with the turbine, the German Foreign Minister Annalena Burbock will make her first visit to Canada, and on August 3 she will go not to the capital Ottawa, but to Montreal, the hometown of the country’s Foreign Minister Melanie Jolie. The turbine was serviced in this metropolis in the province of Quebec.
- On August 2, Scholz stated that Germany “exposed Putin’s bluff”, and the return of the turbine for the Nord Stream from Canada to her is allegedly in favor of Ukraine.
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