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2018-07-25 10:15:00

ABSURD U.S. SANCTIONS

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PLATTS - Russian energy minister Alexander Novak Friday described a US bill introduced by senator John Barasso, Republican-Wyoming, that would impose mandatory sanctions against the Nord Stream 2 pipeline as "absurd", according to the Prime news agency.

"I have not seen this bill, we need to study it from a legal point of view, but based on what the media has written about it, this is, in my opinion an absurd bill that offsets all market rules," Novak told journalists, Prime reported.

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