The existing differences between Ukraine and Germany over the “Nord stream-2” can be settled by providing Kyiv with compensation in case of loss of the role of a gas transit country, the German magazine Spiegel wrote.

Among other things, the option is being discussed in which Berlin can offer Kyiv “cooperation in the production of hydrogen.” In addition, a possible “promise” of the German side to allocate billions for the repair of the “destroyed” gas network of Ukraine is being considered, the magazine reports.

Earlier it became known that the President of Ukraine, Vladimir Zelensky, who will go on a visit to Germany on July 11, intends to explain to German Chancellor Angela Merkel the “danger” of launching the “Nord stream-2.” As Ukrainian Prime Minister Denis Shmygal said on Friday, Kyiv will continue to fight against the commissioning of the gas pipeline, and even if it does not achieve its goal, the European Union can significantly limit the use of the highway.