Russian pipeline is supposed to get completed by an agreement between Germany and the administration led by Joe Biden, President of the United States of America. This has led to severe criticism and backlash from both parties, with the argument that the pipeline deal is a blessing to Moscow but Ukraine would suffer.
Biden, along with members of his administration have been having differences for a long time regarding the Russian pipeline, which is called Nord Stream 2. This also had a number of severe and mandatory sanctions that are targeted towards jeopardizing the progress of the pipeline regarding environmental and geopolitical concerns.
Many of these sanctions previously passed by the lawmakers have been waived off by the president, as a step towards broader efforts that are put in the aim of repairing the transatlantic alliances of the USA with countries such as Germany. Germany and the U.S, on Wednesday, made an announcement of a deal that was targeted towards the appeasement of Ukraine, which happens to the country that loses the most if the Russian pipeline is completed.
Russian Pipeline’s Completion Nears Conclusion
Russian pipeline, Nord Stream 2, is determined to be completed as stated by the administration led by Biden. The argument that was struck between Germany and the United States apparently puts the duty on Germany to look after that Ukraine, a country that has already suffered the impact of the aggression shown by Russia under the leadership of Vladimir Putin, does not feel left out by the agreement. However, Ukraine is strongly pursuing the completion of the pipeline.
Both the governments of the USA and Germany have stated that this agreement is targeted towards ensuring Russia does not misuse any of the Russian pipelines, with the inclusion of Nord Stream 2, in order of achieving political ends by the use of energy as a weapon.