Russia must resume gas supplies via Nord Stream to Europe in accordance with the July 21 service schedule. The corresponding decision is disclosed by Reuters, citing two interlocutors familiar with the plans.
The suspension of deliveries was planned, work began on July 11 and should last 10 days. According to sources, pumping will resume on time, but at a capacity less than the maximum (160 million cubic meters per day).
Volumes have been reduced since mid-June, which the Russian side explained by technical reasons - the inability to return the necessary turbine from repair in Canada.
"Gazprom will return to the levels that were before July 11," one of the agency's sources said.
The United States does not recognize the entry of Ukrainian territories into Russia. Such a development will seriously complicate prospects for a diplomatic settlement