RIA Novosti: Russia Presses Ahead with South Stream Project

Russia is continuing work on the South Stream natural gas pipeline project, including consultations with Europe, Russian Minister of Energy Alexander Novak said Friday at a RIA Novosti press conference.

“We are continuing our work with the European Commission, and the project has not been suspended,” Novak said.

The European Parliament adopted a resolution Thursday calling on EU member states to slap sanctions on Russian energy companies that work in European markets. The resolution also urged EU leaders to drop out of the South Stream project and rethink or suspend agreements with Russia.



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