Peskov: “Nord stream-2” is pushed, everything goes on as usual

According to the press Secretary of the Russian President, it is a separate business project that is developing.

MOSCOW, 28 Oct. The project “Northern stream-2” is moving, everything is go, said the press Secretary of the Russian President, Dmitry Peskov.

The project “Northern stream-2” involves the construction of two pipelines with a total capacity of 55 billion cubic meters of gas per year from the coast of Russia through the Baltic sea to the German coast. The shareholders ‘ agreement the joint project company that will build the pipeline was signed on 4 September.

“The project is moving. Here you need still more with the participants from the Russian side, Gazprom to discuss it, but the project is progressing,” — said Peskov reporters.

He recalled that the relevant document was signed in Vladivostok.

“It is a separate business project, which is developing”, — said Peskov.

He added that the President of the Russian Federation was discussed at the meeting with the Vice-Chancellor bilateral relations. “Still, there are more than 30% do we fail now, as with many countries, but also reflects the international situation and the sanctions situation and exchange rate fluctuations. But of course, this situation, she does not satisfy us,” — said the press Secretary of the head of state.

“We are in favour of giving a new pulse to our bilateral relations,” Peskov added.