Marek Magierowski was speaking in Washington after talks with US authorities about concerns consisting of the possibility of obstructing the objected to thejob, which is vocally opposed by Poland and other nations.
Speaking with press reporters after his talks at the US State Department on Wednesday, Magierowski stated he hoped the questionable gas pipeline– which is created to provide Germany with gas from Russia by means of the Baltic Sea and to run parallel to the existing Nord Stream pipeline, preventing Central and Eastern Europe– might be dropped in its tracks.
Magierowski in Washington satisfied US Assistant Secretary of State Wess Mitchell and Acting Special Envoy and Coordinator for International Energy Affairs Sue Saarnio. Later, he informed press reporters that the talks had actually concentrated on an act of Congress passed a couple of months earlier on sanctions versus Russia. The law makes it possible for the US president to torpedo the Nord Stream 2 job, according to Magierowski.
He stated that avoiding the questionable gas pipeline from being developed was a concern for the Polish federal government. He included that “there is an agreement” in between the federal government and the opposition that the Nord Stream 2 task “threatens not only for Poland but the whole area.”. Magierowski stated he hoped the US law on sanctions versus Russia would be used to “sink the task,” as he put it.
” I think it will be possible to cause a scenario where this law on sanctions will not stay toothless,” he included. Magierowski was also due to discuss methods of obstructing the questionable pipeline job with US Congressmen while in America.