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Tugboats get into position on the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" in the port of Wismar, Germany, Thursday, Jan 14, 2021. The special vessel is being used for construction work on the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea. ( Jens Buettner/dpa via AP)
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Tugboats get into position on the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" in the port of Wismar, Germany, Thursday, Jan 14, 2021. The special vessel is being used for construction work on the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea. ( Jens Buettner/dpa via AP)
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14 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Wismar: Tugs pull the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" out of the harbour and into the Baltic Sea. The special ship is being used for construction work on the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea. Media, citing authorities in Denmark, reported that the pipe-laying work should begin in Danish waters in mid-January 2021. The Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" is to be used for this purpose. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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14 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Wismar: Tugs pull the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" out of the harbour and into the Baltic Sea. The special ship is being used for construction work on the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea. Media, citing authorities in Denmark, reported that the pipe-laying work should begin in Danish waters in mid-January 2021. The Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" is to be used for this purpose. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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14 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Wismar: Tugs pull the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" out of the harbour and into the Baltic Sea. The special ship is being used for construction work on the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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14 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Wismar: Tugs pull the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" out of the harbour and into the Baltic Sea. The special ship is being used for construction work on the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea. Media, citing authorities in Denmark, reported that the pipe-laying work should begin in Danish waters in mid-January 2021. The Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" is to be used for this purpose. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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14 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Wismar: Tugs pull the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" out of the harbour and into the Baltic Sea. The special ship is being used for construction work on the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea. Media, citing authorities in Denmark, reported that the pipe-laying work should begin in Danish waters in mid-January 2021. The Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" is to be used for this purpose. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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14 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Wismar: Tugs pull the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" out of the harbour and into the Baltic Sea. The special ship is being used for construction work on the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea. Media, citing authorities in Denmark, reported that the pipe-laying work should begin in Danish waters in mid-January 2021. The Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" is to be used for this purpose. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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14 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Wismar: Tugs pull the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" out of the harbour and into the Baltic Sea. The special ship is being used for construction work on the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea. Media, citing authorities in Denmark, reported that the pipe-laying work should begin in Danish waters in mid-January 2021. The Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" is to be used for this purpose. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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14 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Wismar: Tugs pull the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" out of the harbour and into the Baltic Sea. The special ship is being used for construction work on the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea. Media, citing authorities in Denmark, reported that the pipe-laying work should begin in Danish waters in mid-January 2021. The Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" is to be used for this purpose. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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14 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Wismar: Tugs pull the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" out of the harbour and into the Baltic Sea. The special ship is being used for construction work on the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea. Media, citing authorities in Denmark, reported that the pipe-laying work should begin in Danish waters in mid-January 2021. The Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" is to be used for this purpose. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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14 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Wismar: Tugs pull the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" out of the harbour and into the Baltic Sea. The special ship is being used for construction work on the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea. Media, citing authorities in Denmark, reported that the pipe-laying work should begin in Danish waters in mid-January 2021. The Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" is to be used for this purpose. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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14 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Wismar: Tugs pull the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" out of the harbour and into the Baltic Sea. The special ship is being used for construction work on the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea. Media, citing authorities in Denmark, reported that the pipe-laying work should begin in Danish waters in mid-January 2021. The Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" is to be used for this purpose. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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dpatop - 14 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Wismar: Tugboats get into position on the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" in the port. The special vessel is being used for construction work on the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea. Media, citing authorities in Denmark, reported that laying work is scheduled to begin in Danish waters in mid-January 2021. The Russian pipe-laying vessel Fortuna is to be used for this purpose. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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14 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Wismar: Tugs pull the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" out of the harbour and into the Baltic Sea. The special ship is being used for construction work on the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea. Media, citing authorities in Denmark, reported that the pipe-laying work should begin in Danish waters in mid-January 2021. The Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" is to be used for this purpose. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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14 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Wismar: Tugboats get into position on the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" in the port. The special vessel is being used for construction work on the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea. Media, citing authorities in Denmark, reported that laying work is scheduled to begin in Danish waters in mid-January 2021. The Russian pipe-laying vessel Fortuna is to be used for this purpose. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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14 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Wismar: Tugboats get into position on the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" in the port. The special vessel is being used for construction work on the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea. Media, citing authorities in Denmark, reported that laying work is scheduled to begin in Danish waters in mid-January 2021. The Russian pipe-laying vessel Fortuna is to be used for this purpose. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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14 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Wismar: Tugboats get into position on the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" in the port. The special vessel is being used for construction work on the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea. Media, citing authorities in Denmark, reported that laying work is scheduled to begin in Danish waters in mid-January 2021. The Russian pipe-laying vessel Fortuna is to be used for this purpose. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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14 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Wismar: Passers-by on the pier wave to the Russian pipe-laying ship "Fortuna", which is being towed out of the harbour onto the Baltic Sea by tugs. The special ship is being used for construction work on the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea. The media, citing authorities in Denmark, reported that the laying work was to begin in Danish waters in mid-January 2021, with the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" to be used. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB
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14 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Wismar: Passers-by take pictures of the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" on the pier, which is being towed out of the harbour onto the Baltic Sea by tugboats. The special ship is being used for construction work on the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea. Media reported, citing authorities in Denmark, that pipe-laying work should begin in Danish waters in mid-January 2021, with the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" to be used. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB
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14 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Wismar: Passers-by take pictures of the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" on the pier, which is being towed out of the harbour onto the Baltic Sea by tugboats. The special ship is being used for construction work on the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea. Media reported, citing authorities in Denmark, that pipe-laying work should begin in Danish waters in mid-January 2021, with the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" to be used. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB
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14 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Wismar: Passers-by take pictures of the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" on the pier, which is being towed out of the harbour onto the Baltic Sea by tugboats. The special ship is being used for construction work on the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea. Media reported, citing authorities in Denmark, that pipe-laying work should begin in Danish waters in mid-January 2021, with the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" to be used. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB
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14 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Wismar: Passers-by take pictures of the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" on the pier, which is being towed out of the harbour onto the Baltic Sea by tugboats. The special ship is being used for construction work on the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea. Media reported, citing authorities in Denmark, that pipe-laying work should begin in Danish waters in mid-January 2021, with the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" to be used. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB
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14 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Wismar: Tugs pull the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" out of the harbour and into the Baltic Sea. The special ship is being used for construction work on the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea. Media reported, citing authorities in Denmark, that pipe-laying work should begin in Danish waters in mid-January 2021, with the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" to be used. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB
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14 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Wismar: Tugs pull the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" out of the harbour and into the Baltic Sea. The special ship is being used for construction work on the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea. Media reported, citing authorities in Denmark, that pipe-laying work should begin in Danish waters in mid-January 2021, with the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" to be used. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB
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14 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Wismar: Tugs pull the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" out of the harbour and into the Baltic Sea. The special ship is being used for construction work on the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea. Media reported, citing authorities in Denmark, that pipe-laying work should begin in Danish waters in mid-January 2021, with the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" to be used. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB
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14 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Wismar: Tugs pull the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" out of the harbour and into the Baltic Sea. The special ship is being used for construction work on the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea. Media reported, citing authorities in Denmark, that pipe-laying work should begin in Danish waters in mid-January 2021, with the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" to be used. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB
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14 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Wismar: Passers-by take pictures of the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" on the pier, which is being towed out of the harbour onto the Baltic Sea by tugboats. The special ship is being used for construction work on the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea. Media reported, citing authorities in Denmark, that pipe-laying work should begin in Danish waters in mid-January 2021, with the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" to be used. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB
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14 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Wismar: Tugs pull the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" out of the harbour and into the Baltic Sea. The special ship is being used for construction work on the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea. Media reported, citing authorities in Denmark, that pipe-laying work should begin in Danish waters in mid-January 2021, with the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" to be used. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB
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14 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Wismar: Tugs pull the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" out of the harbour and into the Baltic Sea. The special ship is being used for construction work on the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea. Media reported, citing authorities in Denmark, that pipe-laying work should begin in Danish waters in mid-January 2021, with the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" to be used. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB
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14 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Wismar: Tugboats move into position on the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" in the port. The special vessel is being used for construction work on the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea. The media, citing authorities in Denmark, reported that the laying work was due to begin in Danish waters in mid-January 2021, with the Russian laying vessel Fortuna to be used. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB
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14 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Wismar: Tugboats move into position on the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" in the port. The special vessel is being used for construction work on the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea. The media, citing authorities in Denmark, reported that the laying work was due to begin in Danish waters in mid-January 2021, with the Russian laying vessel Fortuna to be used. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB
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14 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Wismar: Tugs pull the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" out of the harbour and into the Baltic Sea. The special ship is being used for construction work on the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea. Media reported, citing authorities in Denmark, that pipe-laying work should begin in Danish waters in mid-January 2021, with the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" to be used. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB
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14 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Wismar: Tugs pull the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" out of the harbour and into the Baltic Sea. The special ship is being used for construction work on the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea. Media reported, citing authorities in Denmark, that pipe-laying work should begin in Danish waters in mid-January 2021, with the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" to be used. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB
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14 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Wismar: Tugs pull the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" out of the harbour and into the Baltic Sea. The special ship is being used for construction work on the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea. Media reported, citing authorities in Denmark, that pipe-laying work should begin in Danish waters in mid-January 2021, with the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" to be used. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB
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14 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Wismar: Tugs pull the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" out of the harbour and into the Baltic Sea. The special ship is being used for construction work on the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea. Media reported, citing authorities in Denmark, that pipe-laying work should begin in Danish waters in mid-January 2021, with the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" to be used. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB
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14 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Wismar: Tugs pull the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" out of the harbour and into the Baltic Sea. The special ship is being used for construction work on the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea. Media reported, citing authorities in Denmark, that pipe-laying work should begin in Danish waters in mid-January 2021, with the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" to be used. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB
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14 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Wismar: Tugs pull the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" out of the harbour and into the Baltic Sea. The special ship is being used for construction work on the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea. Media reported, citing authorities in Denmark, that pipe-laying work should begin in Danish waters in mid-January 2021, with the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" to be used. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB
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14 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Wismar: Passers-by take pictures of the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" on the pier, which is being towed out of the harbour onto the Baltic Sea by tugboats. The special ship is being used for construction work on the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea. Media reported, citing authorities in Denmark, that pipe-laying work should begin in Danish waters in mid-January 2021, with the Russian pipe-laying vessel "Fortuna" to be used. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB
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A special vehicle used to transport pipes for the Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline stands next to pipes at a storage yard in the port of Mukran in Sassnitz on the island of Ruegen, Germany, Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021. Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania is apparently planning to use a state-owned foundation to secure the completion of the controversial Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea gas pipeline from Russia to Germany. Construction of the pipeline had been halted at the end of 2019, shortly before completion, after European companies bowed to pressure from the US and withdrew pipe-laying vessels from the Baltic Sea. (Jens Buettner/dpa via AP)
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Pipes for the construction of the Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline from Russia to Germany and the Baltic Pipe from Denmark to Poland are stored at the port of Mukran in Sassnitz on the island of Ruegen, Germany, Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021. Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania is apparently planning to use a state-owned foundation to secure the completion of the controversial Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea gas pipeline from Russia to Germany. Construction of the pipeline had been halted at the end of 2019, shortly before completion, after European companies bowed to pressure from the US and withdrew pipe-laying vessels from the Baltic Sea. (Jens Buettner/dpa via AP)
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06 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: Pipes for the Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline are stored in the port of Mukran on the island of Rugen. Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania is apparently planning to use a state-owned foundation to secure the completion of the controversial Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea gas pipeline. Construction of the pipeline was halted shortly before completion at the end of 2019 after European companies bowed to pressure from the US and withdrew pipe-laying ships from the Baltic Sea. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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06 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: Pipes for the Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline are stored in the port of Mukran on the island of Rugen. Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania is apparently planning to use a state-owned foundation to secure the completion of the controversial Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea gas pipeline. Construction of the pipeline was halted shortly before completion at the end of 2019 after European companies bowed to pressure from the US and withdrew pipe-laying ships from the Baltic Sea. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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06 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: A special vehicle used to transport pipes for the Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline stands next to pipes at a storage yard in the port of Mukran on the island of Rugen. Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania is apparently planning to use a state-owned foundation to secure the completion of the controversial Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea gas pipeline. Construction of the pipeline had been halted at the end of 2019, shortly before completion, after European companies bowed to pressure from the US and withdrew pipe-laying vessels from the Baltic Sea. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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06 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: Pipes for the construction of the Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline from Russia to Germany and the Baltic Pipe from Denmark to Poland are stored at the port of Mukran on the island of Rugen. Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania is apparently planning to use a state-owned foundation to ensure the completion of the controversial Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea gas pipeline. Construction of the pipeline was halted shortly before completion at the end of 2019 after European companies bowed to pressure from the US and withdrew pipe-laying ships from the Baltic Sea. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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06 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: A special vehicle used to transport pipes for the Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline stands next to pipes at a storage yard in the port of Mukran on the island of Rugen. Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania is apparently planning to use a state-owned foundation to secure the completion of the controversial Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea gas pipeline. Construction of the pipeline had been halted at the end of 2019, shortly before completion, after European companies bowed to pressure from the US and withdrew pipe-laying vessels from the Baltic Sea. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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06 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: Pipes for the Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline are stored in the port of Mukran on the island of Rugen. Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania is apparently planning to use a state-owned foundation to secure the completion of the controversial Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea gas pipeline. Construction of the pipeline was halted shortly before completion at the end of 2019 after European companies bowed to pressure from the US and withdrew pipe-laying ships from the Baltic Sea. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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06 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: Pipes for the Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline are stored in the port of Mukran on the island of Rugen. Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania is apparently planning to use a state-owned foundation to secure the completion of the controversial Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea gas pipeline. Construction of the pipeline was halted shortly before completion at the end of 2019 after European companies bowed to pressure from the US and withdrew pipe-laying ships from the Baltic Sea. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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06 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: Pipes for the construction of the Baltic Pipe natural gas pipeline from Denmark to Poland are stored in the port of Mukran on the island of Rugen. Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania is apparently planning to use a state-owned foundation to secure the completion of the controversial Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea gas pipeline. Construction of the pipeline was halted shortly before completion at the end of 2019 after European companies bowed to pressure from the US and withdrew pipe-laying ships from the Baltic Sea. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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06 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: Pipes for the Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline are stored in the port of Mukran on the island of Rugen. Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania is apparently planning to use a state-owned foundation to secure the completion of the controversial Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea gas pipeline. Construction of the pipeline was halted shortly before completion at the end of 2019 after European companies bowed to pressure from the US and withdrew pipe-laying ships from the Baltic Sea. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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06 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: A vehicle belonging to a security company drives past stored pipes for the Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline at the port of Mukran on the island of Rugen. Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania is apparently planning to use a state-owned foundation to secure the completion of the controversial Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea gas pipeline. Construction of the pipeline had been halted at the end of 2019, shortly before completion, after European companies bowed to pressure from the US and withdrew pipe-laying vessels from the Baltic Sea. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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06 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: A vehicle belonging to a security company drives past stored pipes for the Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline at the port of Mukran on the island of Rugen. Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania is apparently planning to use a state-owned foundation to secure the completion of the controversial Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea gas pipeline. Construction of the pipeline had been halted at the end of 2019, shortly before completion, after European companies bowed to pressure from the US and withdrew pipe-laying vessels from the Baltic Sea. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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06 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: Pipes for the construction of the Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline from Russia to Germany and the Baltic Pipe from Denmark to Poland are stored at the port of Mukran on the island of Rugen. Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania is apparently planning to use a state-owned foundation to ensure the completion of the controversial Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea gas pipeline. Construction of the pipeline was halted shortly before completion at the end of 2019 after European companies bowed to pressure from the US and withdrew pipe-laying ships from the Baltic Sea. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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06 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: Pipes for the construction of the Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline from Russia to Germany and the Baltic Pipe from Denmark to Poland are stored at the port of Mukran on the island of Rugen. Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania is apparently planning to use a state-owned foundation to ensure the completion of the controversial Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea gas pipeline. Construction of the pipeline was halted shortly before completion at the end of 2019 after European companies bowed to pressure from the US and withdrew pipe-laying ships from the Baltic Sea. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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06 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: Pipes for the construction of the Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline from Russia to Germany and the Baltic Pipe from Denmark to Poland are stored at the port of Mukran on the island of Rugen. Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania is apparently planning to use a state-owned foundation to ensure the completion of the controversial Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea gas pipeline. Construction of the pipeline was halted shortly before completion at the end of 2019 after European companies bowed to pressure from the US and withdrew pipe-laying ships from the Baltic Sea. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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06 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: Pipes for the construction of the Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline from Russia to Germany and the Baltic Pipe from Denmark to Poland are stored at the port of Mukran on the island of Rugen. Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania is apparently planning to use a state-owned foundation to ensure the completion of the controversial Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea gas pipeline. Construction of the pipeline was halted shortly before completion at the end of 2019 after European companies bowed to pressure from the US and withdrew pipe-laying ships from the Baltic Sea. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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06 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: Pipes for the Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline are stored in the port of Mukran on the island of Rugen. Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania is apparently planning to use a state-owned foundation to secure the completion of the controversial Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea gas pipeline. Construction of the pipeline was halted shortly before completion at the end of 2019 after European companies bowed to pressure from the US and withdrew pipe-laying ships from the Baltic Sea. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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06 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: Pipes for the Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline are stored in the port of Mukran on the island of Rugen. Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania is apparently planning to use a state-owned foundation to secure the completion of the controversial Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea gas pipeline. Construction of the pipeline was halted shortly before completion at the end of 2019 after European companies bowed to pressure from the US and withdrew pipe-laying ships from the Baltic Sea. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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06 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: A special vehicle used to transport pipes for the Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline stands next to pipes at a storage yard in the port of Mukran on the island of Rugen. Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania is apparently planning to use a state-owned foundation to secure the completion of the controversial Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea gas pipeline. Construction of the pipeline had been halted at the end of 2019, shortly before completion, after European companies bowed to pressure from the US and withdrew pipe-laying vessels from the Baltic Sea. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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06 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: Pipes for the construction of the Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline from Russia to Germany and the Baltic Pipe pipeline from Denmark to Poland are stored in the port of Mukran on the island of Rugen. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB
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06 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: Pipes for the construction of the Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline from Russia to Germany and the Baltic Pipe pipeline from Denmark to Poland are stored in the port of Mukran on the island of Rugen. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB
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06 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: Pipes for the construction of the Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline from Russia to Germany and the Baltic Pipe pipeline from Denmark to Poland are stored in the port of Mukran on the island of Rugen. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB
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06 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: Pipes for the construction of the Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline from Russia to Germany and the Baltic Pipe pipeline from Denmark to Poland are stored in the port of Mukran on the island of Rugen. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB
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06 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: Pipes for the construction of the Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline from Russia to Germany and the Baltic Pipe pipeline from Denmark to Poland are stored in the port of Mukran on the island of Rugen. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB
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06 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: Pipes for the construction of the Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline from Russia to Germany and the Baltic Pipe pipeline from Denmark to Poland are stored in the port of Mukran on the island of Rugen. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB
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06 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: Pipes for the construction of the Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline from Russia to Germany and the Baltic Pipe pipeline from Denmark to Poland are stored in the port of Mukran on the island of Rugen. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB
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06 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: Pipes for the construction of the Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline from Russia to Germany and the Baltic Pipe pipeline from Denmark to Poland are stored in the port of Mukran on the island of Rugen. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB
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06 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: The beacon on the pier leading to the port entrance at Mukran Port on the island of Rugen flashes a green light. At Mukran Port, pipelines and material for the construction of gas pipelines through the Baltic Sea are loaded. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB
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06 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: Pipes for the construction of the Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline from Russia to Germany and the Baltic Pipe pipeline from Denmark to Poland are stored in the port of Mukran on the island of Rugen. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB
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06 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: Pipes for the construction of the Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline from Russia to Germany and the Baltic Pipe pipeline from Denmark to Poland are stored in the port of Mukran on the island of Rugen. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB
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06 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: Pipes for the construction of the Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline from Russia to Germany and the Baltic Pipe pipeline from Denmark to Poland are stored in the port of Mukran on the island of Rugen. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB
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06 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: Pipes for the construction of the Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline from Russia to Germany and the Baltic Pipe pipeline from Denmark to Poland are stored in the port of Mukran on the island of Rugen. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB
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06 January 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: Pipes for the construction of the Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline from Russia to Germany and the Baltic Pipe pipeline from Denmark to Poland are stored in the port of Mukran on the island of Rugen. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB
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30 December 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Wismar: The Russian lay vessel "Fortuna", which has completed its deployment on a 2.6-kilometre section of the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea gas pipeline, lies in the seaport. Work on the pipeline had resumed at the beginning of December after a one-year interruption. Media reported, citing authorities in Denmark, that laying work was to begin in Danish waters in mid-January, with the Russian laying vessel "Fortuna" to be used. Photo: Bernd Wustneck/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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30 December 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Wismar: The Russian lay vessel "Fortuna", which has completed its deployment on a 2.6-kilometre section of the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea gas pipeline, lies in the seaport. Work on the pipeline had resumed at the beginning of December after a one-year interruption. Media reported, citing authorities in Denmark, that laying work was to begin in Danish waters in mid-January, with the Russian laying vessel "Fortuna" to be used. Photo: Bernd Wustneck/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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30 December 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Wismar: The Russian lay vessel "Fortuna", which has completed its deployment on a 2.6-kilometre section of the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea gas pipeline, lies in the seaport. Work on the pipeline had resumed at the beginning of December after a one-year interruption. Media reported, citing authorities in Denmark, that laying work was to begin in Danish waters in mid-January, with the Russian laying vessel "Fortuna" to be used. Photo: Bernd Wustneck/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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11 December 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: Pipes for the Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea gas pipeline will be stored on the premises of the port of Mukran. The port of Mukran on the island of Rugen is considered the most important transhipment point for the construction of the pipeline, whose completion the USA want to prevent. Construction of the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea gas pipeline resumed on 11 December 2020. Photo: Stefan Sauer/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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11 December 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: Pipes for the Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea gas pipeline will be stored on the premises of the port of Mukran. The port of Mukran on the island of Rugen is considered the most important transhipment point for the construction of the pipeline, whose completion the USA want to prevent. Construction of the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea gas pipeline resumed on 11 December 2020. Photo: Stefan Sauer/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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11 December 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: Pipes for the Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea gas pipeline will be stored on the premises of the port of Mukran. The port of Mukran on the island of Rugen is considered the most important transhipment point for the construction of the pipeline, whose completion the USA want to prevent. Construction of the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea gas pipeline resumed on 11 December 2020. Photo: Stefan Sauer/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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11 December 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: Pipes for the Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea gas pipeline will be stored on the premises of the port of Mukran. The port of Mukran on the island of Rugen is considered the most important transhipment point for the construction of the pipeline, whose completion the USA want to prevent. Construction of the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea gas pipeline resumed on 11 December 2020. Photo: Stefan Sauer/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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11 December 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: Pipes for the Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea gas pipeline will be stored on the premises of the port of Mukran. The port of Mukran on the island of Rugen is considered the most important transhipment point for the construction of the pipeline, whose completion the USA want to prevent. Construction of the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea gas pipeline resumed on 11 December 2020. Photo: Stefan Sauer/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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11 December 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: The Russian special-purpose vessel Ivan Sidorenko for the further construction of the Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea pipeline leaves the port of Mukran. The port of Mukran on Rugen is considered the most important transhipment point for the construction of the pipeline, whose completion the USA want to prevent. Construction of the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea gas pipeline resumed on 11 December 2020. Photo: Stefan Sauer/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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11 December 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: The Russian special-purpose vessel Ivan Sidorenko for the further construction of the Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea pipeline leaves the port of Mukran. The port of Mukran on Rugen is considered the most important transhipment point for the construction of the pipeline, whose completion the USA want to prevent. Construction of the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea gas pipeline resumed on 11 December 2020. Photo: Stefan Sauer/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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18 November 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: The Russian laying ship "Akademik Tscherski" is moored on the island of Rugen after a test run in the port of Mukran near Sassnitz. The special ship is being prepared in the port for its deployment for the further construction of the Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea pipeline. The port of Mukran on Rugen is considered the most important transhipment point for the construction of the pipeline, whose completion the USA want to prevent. Earlier threats of sanctions in the previous year had led to the demolition of the pipeline shortly before the end of the pipe-laying work. Photo: Stefan Sauer/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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18 November 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: Pipes for the Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea gas pipeline are stored on the premises of the port of Mukran near Sassnitz. The port of Mukran on the island of Rugen is considered the most important transhipment point for the construction of the pipeline, the completion of which the USA wants to prevent. Earlier threats of sanctions had led to the demolition of the pipeline shortly before the end of the pipe-laying work last year. Photo: Stefan Sauer/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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18 November 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: Pipes for the Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea gas pipeline are stored on the premises of the port of Mukran near Sassnitz. The port of Mukran on the island of Rugen is considered the most important transhipment point for the construction of the pipeline, the completion of which the USA wants to prevent. Earlier threats of sanctions had led to the demolition of the pipeline shortly before the end of the pipe-laying work last year. Photo: Stefan Sauer/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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18 November 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: The Russian laying ship "Akademik Tscherski" is moored on the island of Rugen after a test run in the port of Mukran near Sassnitz. The special ship is being prepared in the port for its deployment for the further construction of the Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea pipeline. The port of Mukran on Rugen is considered the most important transhipment point for the construction of the pipeline, whose completion the USA want to prevent. Earlier threats of sanctions in the previous year had led to the demolition of the pipeline shortly before the end of the pipe-laying work. Photo: Stefan Sauer/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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18 November 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: The Russian laying ship "Akademik Tscherski" is moored on the island of Rugen after a test run in the port of Mukran near Sassnitz. The special ship is being prepared in the port for its deployment for the further construction of the Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea pipeline. The port of Mukran on Rugen is considered the most important transhipment point for the construction of the pipeline, whose completion the USA want to prevent. Earlier threats of sanctions in the previous year had led to the demolition of the pipeline shortly before the end of the pipe-laying work. Photo: Stefan Sauer/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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18 November 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: The port of Mukran on the island of Rugen is considered the most important transhipment point for the construction of the pipeline, whose completion the USA want to prevent. Earlier threats of sanctions had led to its demolition shortly before the end of the pipe-laying work last year. Photo: Stefan Sauer/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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18 November 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: Pipes for the Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea gas pipeline are stored on the premises of the port of Mukran near Sassnitz. The port of Mukran on the island of Rugen is considered the most important transhipment point for the construction of the pipeline, the completion of which the USA wants to prevent. Earlier threats of sanctions had led to the demolition of the pipeline shortly before the end of the pipe-laying work last year. Photo: Stefan Sauer/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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18 November 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: Pipes for the Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea gas pipeline are stored on the premises of the port of Mukran near Sassnitz. The port of Mukran on the island of Rugen is considered the most important transhipment point for the construction of the pipeline, the completion of which the USA wants to prevent. Earlier threats of sanctions had led to the demolition of the pipeline shortly before the end of the pipe-laying work last year. Photo: Stefan Sauer/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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18 November 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: Pipes for the Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea gas pipeline are stored on the premises of the port of Mukran near Sassnitz. The port of Mukran on the island of Rugen is considered the most important transhipment point for the construction of the pipeline, the completion of which the USA wants to prevent. Earlier threats of sanctions had led to the demolition of the pipeline shortly before the end of the pipe-laying work last year. Photo: Stefan Sauer/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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18 November 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: A sign with the inscription "Mukran Port" is located in Mukran on the island of Rugen. Mukran Port on Rugen is considered the most important transhipment point for the construction of the pipeline, whose completion the USA want to prevent. Earlier threats of sanctions had led to the demolition of the pipeline shortly before the end of the pipe-laying work last year. Photo: Stefan Sauer/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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dpatop - 18 November 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: Pipeline pipes for the Baltic Sea gas pipeline Baltic Pipe are transported to a storage yard on the site of the port of Mukran near Sassnitz.in Germany's easternmost seaport, pipes for the construction of the Polish natural gas pipeline Baltic Pipe are being handled.the pipeline is to bring natural gas from Norway via Denmark and through the Baltic Sea to Poland.the companies used the same port infrastructure as Nord Stream 2 before with the Mukran logistics centre. Photo: Stefan Sauer/dpa
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18 November 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: Pipeline pipes for the Baltic Sea gas pipeline Baltic Pipe are transported to a storage yard on the site of the port of Mukran near Sassnitz.in Germany's easternmost seaport, pipes for the construction of the Polish natural gas pipeline Baltic Pipe are being handled.the pipeline is to bring natural gas from Norway via Denmark and through the Baltic Sea to Poland.the companies used the same port infrastructure as Nord Stream 2 before with the Mukran logistics centre. Photo: Stefan Sauer/dpa
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18 November 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: Pipeline pipes for the Baltic Sea gas pipeline Baltic Pipe are transported to a storage yard on the site of the port of Mukran near Sassnitz.in Germany's easternmost seaport, pipes for the construction of the Polish natural gas pipeline Baltic Pipe are being handled.the pipeline is to bring natural gas from Norway via Denmark and through the Baltic Sea to Poland.the companies used the same port infrastructure as Nord Stream 2 before with the Mukran logistics centre. Photo: Stefan Sauer/dpa
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18 November 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: Pipeline pipes for the Baltic Sea gas pipeline Baltic Pipe are transported to a storage yard on the site of the port of Mukran near Sassnitz.in Germany's easternmost seaport, pipes for the construction of the Polish natural gas pipeline Baltic Pipe are being handled.the pipeline is to bring natural gas from Norway via Denmark and through the Baltic Sea to Poland.the companies used the same port infrastructure as Nord Stream 2 before with the Mukran logistics centre. Photo: Stefan Sauer/dpa
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18 November 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: Pipeline pipes for the Baltic Sea gas pipeline Baltic Pipe are transported to a storage yard on the site of the port of Mukran near Sassnitz.in Germany's easternmost seaport, pipes for the construction of the Polish natural gas pipeline Baltic Pipe are being handled.the pipeline is to bring natural gas from Norway via Denmark and through the Baltic Sea to Poland.the companies used the same port infrastructure as Nord Stream 2 before with the Mukran logistics centre. Photo: Stefan Sauer/dpa
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18 November 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: Pipeline pipes for the Baltic Sea gas pipeline Baltic Pipe are transported to a storage yard on the site of the port of Mukran near Sassnitz.in Germany's easternmost seaport, pipes for the construction of the Polish natural gas pipeline Baltic Pipe are being handled.the pipeline is to bring natural gas from Norway via Denmark and through the Baltic Sea to Poland.the companies used the same port infrastructure as Nord Stream 2 before with the Mukran logistics centre. Photo: Stefan Sauer/dpa
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18 November 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: Pipeline pipes for the Baltic Sea gas pipeline Baltic Pipe are transported to a storage yard on the site of the port of Mukran near Sassnitz.in Germany's easternmost seaport, pipes for the construction of the Polish natural gas pipeline Baltic Pipe are being handled.the pipeline is to bring natural gas from Norway via Denmark and through the Baltic Sea to Poland.the companies used the same port infrastructure as Nord Stream 2 before with the Mukran logistics centre. Photo: Stefan Sauer/dpa
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18 November 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: Pipeline pipes for the Baltic Sea gas pipeline Baltic Pipe are transported to a storage yard on the site of the port of Mukran near Sassnitz.in Germany's easternmost seaport, pipes for the construction of the Polish natural gas pipeline Baltic Pipe are being handled.the pipeline is to bring natural gas from Norway via Denmark and through the Baltic Sea to Poland.the companies used the same port infrastructure as Nord Stream 2 before with the Mukran logistics centre. Photo: Stefan Sauer/dpa
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18 November 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: Pipeline pipes for the Baltic Sea gas pipeline Baltic Pipe are transported to a storage yard on the site of the port of Mukran near Sassnitz.in Germany's easternmost seaport, pipes for the construction of the Polish natural gas pipeline Baltic Pipe are being handled.the pipeline is to bring natural gas from Norway via Denmark and through the Baltic Sea to Poland.the companies used the same port infrastructure as Nord Stream 2 before with the Mukran logistics centre. Photo: Stefan Sauer/dpa
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18 November 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: Pipeline pipes for the Baltic Sea gas pipeline Baltic Pipe are transported to a storage yard on the site of the port of Mukran near Sassnitz.in Germany's easternmost seaport, pipes for the construction of the Polish natural gas pipeline Baltic Pipe are being handled.the pipeline is to bring natural gas from Norway via Denmark and through the Baltic Sea to Poland.the companies used the same port infrastructure as Nord Stream 2 before with the Mukran logistics centre. Photo: Stefan Sauer/dpa
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18 November 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: Pipeline pipes for the Baltic Sea gas pipeline Baltic Pipe are transported to a storage yard on the site of the port of Mukran near Sassnitz.in Germany's easternmost seaport, pipes for the construction of the Polish natural gas pipeline Baltic Pipe are being handled.the pipeline is to bring natural gas from Norway via Denmark and through the Baltic Sea to Poland.the companies used the same port infrastructure as Nord Stream 2 before with the Mukran logistics centre. Photo: Stefan Sauer/dpa
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06 November 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: The Russian laying ship "Akademik Tscherski" is moored on the island of Rugen after a test run in the port of Mukran near Sassnitz. The special ship is being prepared in the port for its deployment for the further construction of the Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea pipeline. The port of Mukran on Rugen is considered the most important transhipment point for the construction of the pipeline, whose completion the USA want to prevent. Earlier threats of sanctions in the previous year had led to the demolition of the pipeline shortly before the end of the pipe-laying work. Photo: Stefan Sauer/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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06 November 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: Pipes for the Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline are located in a storage yard in the port of Mukran on the island of Rugen. Special vessels are currently being prepared in the port for use in the further construction of the Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea pipeline. The port of Mukran on the island of Rugen is considered the most important transhipment point for the construction of the pipeline, the completion of which the USA wants to prevent. Earlier threats of sanctions in the previous year had led to the demolition of the pipeline shortly before the end of the pipe-laying work. Photo: Stefan Sauer/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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06 November 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: The Russian laying ship "Akademik Tscherski" is moored on the island of Rugen after a test run in the port of Mukran near Sassnitz. The special ship is being prepared in the port for its deployment for the further construction of the Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea pipeline. The port of Mukran on Rugen is considered the most important transhipment point for the construction of the pipeline, whose completion the USA want to prevent. Earlier threats of sanctions in the previous year had led to the demolition of the pipeline shortly before the end of the pipe-laying work. Photo: Stefan Sauer/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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06 November 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: The Russian laying ship "Akademik Tscherski" is moored on the island of Rugen after a test run in the port of Mukran near Sassnitz. The special ship is being prepared in the port for its deployment for the further construction of the Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea pipeline. The port of Mukran on Rugen is considered the most important transhipment point for the construction of the pipeline, whose completion the USA want to prevent. Earlier threats of sanctions in the previous year had led to the demolition of the pipeline shortly before the end of the pipe-laying work. Photo: Stefan Sauer/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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06 November 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: A Russian special ship for the further construction of the Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea pipeline is moored off the port of Mukran on the island of Rugen, which is considered the most important transhipment point for the construction of the pipeline, whose completion the USA want to prevent. Earlier threats of sanctions had led to the demolition of the pipeline shortly before the end of the pipe-laying work last year. Photo: Stefan Sauer/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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06 November 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: The Russian laying ship "Akademik Tscherski" is moored on the island of Rugen after a test run in the port of Mukran near Sassnitz. The special ship is being prepared in the port for its deployment for the further construction of the Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea pipeline. The port of Mukran on Rugen is considered the most important transhipment point for the construction of the pipeline, whose completion the USA want to prevent. Earlier threats of sanctions in the previous year had led to the demolition of the pipeline shortly before the end of the pipe-laying work. Photo: Stefan Sauer/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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06 November 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: A Russian special ship for the further construction of the Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea pipeline is moored off the port of Mukran on Rugen. The port is considered the most important transhipment point for the construction of the pipeline, whose completion the USA wants to prevent. Earlier threats of sanctions had led to the demolition of the pipeline shortly before the end of the pipe-laying work last year. Photo: Stefan Sauer/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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06 November 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Sassnitz-Mukran: The Russian laying ship "Akademik Tscherski" is moored in the port of Mukran on the island of Rugen after a trial run. The special ship is being prepared in the port for its deployment for the further construction of the Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea pipeline. The port of Mukran on the island of Rugen is considered the most important transhipment point for the construction of the pipeline, the completion of which the USA wants to prevent. Earlier threats of sanctions in the previous year had led to the demolition of the pipeline shortly before the end of the pipe-laying work. Photo: Stefan Sauer/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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05 November 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Lubmin: Pipe systems can be seen in the gas landing station for the Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea pipeline. Originally, the pipeline for natural gas from Russia was scheduled to come on stream at the end of 2019. Almost eight billion euros have already been invested in the pipeline. Currently, 150 of the 2,360-kilometre-long double strand of the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline are still missing. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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05 November 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Lubmin: The last connecting pipes for connecting the gas landing station to the Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea pipeline are ready. Originally, the pipeline for natural gas from Russia was scheduled to come on stream at the end of 2019. Almost eight billion euros have already been invested in the pipeline. Currently, 150 of the 2,360-kilometre-long double strand of the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline are still missing. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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05 November 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Lubmin: The prepared connecting pipe for connecting the gas landing station to the Nord Stream Baltic Sea pipeline. Originally, the pipeline for natural gas from Russia was scheduled to come on stream at the end of 2019. Almost eight billion euros have already been invested in the pipeline. Currently, 150 of the 2,360-kilometre-long double strand of the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline are still missing. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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05 November 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Lubmin: The pig receiving station for the Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea pipeline at the gas landing facility. Originally, the pipeline for natural gas from Russia was scheduled to go into operation at the end of 2019. Almost eight billion euros have already been invested in the pipeline. Currently, 150 of the 2,360-kilometre-long double strand of the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline are still missing. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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05 November 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Lubmin: Fitters are working at the pig receiving station for the Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea pipeline in the gas landing facility. (Aerial view with a drone) Originally, the pipeline for natural gas from Russia was scheduled to go into operation at the end of 2019. Almost eight billion euros have already been invested in the pipeline. Currently, 150 of the 2,360-kilometre-long double strand of the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline are still missing. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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05 November 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Lubmin: A Nord Stream 2 employee stands at the pig receiving station for the Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea pipeline in the gas landing facility. Originally, the pipeline for natural gas from Russia was scheduled to come on stream at the end of 2019. Almost eight billion euros have already been invested in the pipeline. Currently, 150 of the 2,360-kilometre-long double strand of the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline are still missing. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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05 November 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Lubmin: The last connecting pipes for connecting the gas landing station to the Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea pipeline are ready. Originally, the pipeline for natural gas from Russia was scheduled to come on stream at the end of 2019. Almost eight billion euros have already been invested in the pipeline. Currently, 150 of the 2,360-kilometre-long double strand of the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline are still missing. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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05 November 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Lubmin: Fitters are working at the pig receiving station for the Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea pipeline in the gas landing facility. (Aerial view with a drone) Originally, the pipeline for natural gas from Russia was scheduled to go into operation at the end of 2019. Almost eight billion euros have already been invested in the pipeline. Currently, 150 of the 2,360-kilometre-long double strand of the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline are still missing. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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05 November 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Lubmin: Fitters are working at the pig receiving station for the Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea pipeline in the gas landing facility. (Aerial view with a drone) Originally, the pipeline for natural gas from Russia was scheduled to go into operation at the end of 2019. Almost eight billion euros have already been invested in the pipeline. Currently, 150 of the 2,360-kilometre-long double strand of the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline are still missing. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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05 November 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Lubmin: Fitters are working at the pig receiving station for the Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea pipeline in the gas landing facility. (Aerial view with a drone) Originally, the pipeline for natural gas from Russia was scheduled to go into operation at the end of 2019. Almost eight billion euros have already been invested in the pipeline. Currently, 150 of the 2,360-kilometre-long double strand of the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline are still missing. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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05 November 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Lubmin: Fitters are working at the pig receiving station for the Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea pipeline in the gas landing facility. (Aerial view with a drone) Originally, the pipeline for natural gas from Russia was scheduled to go into operation at the end of 2019. Almost eight billion euros have already been invested in the pipeline. Currently, 150 of the 2,360-kilometre-long double strand of the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline are still missing. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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05 November 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Lubmin: The pig receiving station for the Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea pipeline in the gas landing facility. Originally, the pipeline for natural gas from Russia was scheduled to go into operation at the end of 2019. Almost eight billion euros have already been invested in the pipeline. Currently, 150 of the 2,360-kilometre-long double strand of the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline are still missing. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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05 November 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Lubmin: The pig receiving station for the Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea pipeline in the gas landing facility. Originally, the pipeline for natural gas from Russia was scheduled to go into operation at the end of 2019. Almost eight billion euros have already been invested in the pipeline. Currently, 150 of the 2,360-kilometre-long double strand of the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline are still missing. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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05 November 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Lubmin: Piping systems and shut-off valves are installed at the gas receiving station of the Nord Stream Baltic Sea pipeline. Later, six and a half million cubic meters of natural gas per hour will be processed here and delivered to downstream pipelines at the right pressure. Originally, the pipeline for natural gas from Russia was scheduled to come on stream at the end of 2019. Almost eight billion euros have already been invested in the pipeline. Currently, 150 of the 2,360-kilometre-long double strand of the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline are still missing. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB
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05 November 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Lubmin: Piping systems and shut-off valves are installed at the gas receiving station of the Nord Stream Baltic Sea pipeline. Later, six and a half million cubic meters of natural gas per hour will be processed here and delivered to downstream pipelines at the right pressure. Originally, the pipeline for natural gas from Russia was scheduled to come on stream at the end of 2019. Almost eight billion euros have already been invested in the pipeline. Currently, 150 of the 2,360-kilometre-long double strand of the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline are still missing. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB
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05 November 2020, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Lubmin: Piping systems and shut-off valves are installed at the gas receiving station of the Nord Stream Baltic Sea pipeline. (shot with an extremely wide-angle lens) Later, six and a half million cubic metres of natural gas per hour are to be processed here and delivered to downstream pipelines at the right pressure. Originally, the pipeline for natural gas from Russia was scheduled to come on stream at the end of 2019. Almost eight billion euros have already been invested in the pipeline. Currently, 150 of the 2,360-kilometre-long double strand of the German-Russian Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline are still missing. Photo: Jens Buttner/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB

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