Additional sanctions against the “Nord stream — 2” is included in the draft budget for national defense by order of the Senate of the United States. This was announced by Republican Congressman Steve Womack.
In his Twitter he wrote that he co-sponsored sanctions aimed at stopping the construction of “Nord stream — 2” which, according to him, the Russian authorities want to use as a tool of coercion.
Putin wants to use the Nord Stream Pipeline 2 as a tool of coercion. He wants to undermine our allies in Ukraine and Poland & increase reliance on Russian gas. I’m proud to cosponsor sanctions to stop its construction & applaud the Senate for including this priority in the NDAA.
— Rep. Steve Womack (@rep_stevewomack) June 30, 2020
Note, the Senate and the house of representatives present their defense budget to a conciliation Commission and then passes the General vote, and then the document goes to the President for signature.
Previously, a number of senators made the U.S. Senate the bill on new sanctions against the “Nord stream — 2”, which apply to everyone involved in the construction of the court.
Recall, “Nord stream — 2” involves the construction of a gas pipeline off the coast of Russia through the Baltic sea to Germany. The bill was opposed by the United States and Ukraine.
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