News Preliminary Solz travels to Norway - Talks about gas deliveries
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Russia's President Vladimir Putin at his meeting with the Turkish head of state Recep Tayyip Erdogan to sign an agreement to strengthen the economic cooperation between the two countries. "I hope that today we can sign a corresponding memorandum about the development of our trade and economic relationships," said Putin on Friday at the meeting in the Russian Black Sea City of Sochi.
Oslo, Aug 15th (Reuters) - Chancellor Olaf Scholz travels today (Monday). Talks with the Norwegian Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Store are planned. In addition to the Russian attack on Ukraine and the consequences for NATO, it should also be about gas deliveries. Norway is one of the most important suppliers in Germany who, like other EU countries, urgently is looking for alternatives to Russian gas. The federal government would like to move more gas from the Scandinavian country. Scholz then continues to Sweden.
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Hannover. Liquid gas minals are supposed to make Germany more independent of the Russian gas. A pipeline is to be built in Wilhelmshaven that is to be put into operation this year. Now it is progressing. © Hauke-Christian Dittrich Several pontons and floating cranes are located at the construction site for the planned LNG terminal in the North Sea in front of Wilhelmshaven.