The United States of America will be as transparent as possible in the issues of “Nord stream-2,” Washington will work closely with Ukraine, Poland, and other European countries to prevent the risks that the project carries, said Amos Hochstein, senior adviser on energy security at the U.S. State Department.
“We will be as transparent as possible. We will work very closely with our friends and colleagues in Ukraine, and in Poland, and with other partners in Europe so that what Russia can do does not happen,” he said.
Nord Stream 2 AG plans to put the pipeline into operation by the end of 2021. The Bloomberg news agency, citing its sources, reported on Wednesday that Gazprom intends to start supplying “blue fuel” through this pipe from October 1.