Russian Minister of Energy Alexander Novak said objective factors against the Nord Stream-2 gas pipeline do not exist, during an interview with RT in Moscow on Saturday. "Nord Stream-2 coincides with the Nord Stream-1 route. All the necessary licences have already been received earlier from countries crossed by the gas-pipeline," he said. Discussing the effect Nord Stream-2 could have on Europe, Novak emphasised that such infrastructure "will improve European energy safety and provide additional guaranteed gas capacities for decades ahead, considering the fact that gas production is decreasing in Europe." The Russian energy minister also stressed that the project is economically "viable" because it involves a number of global companies including those from Germany, the Netherlands, France as well as Russian giant Gazprom. Moreover, Russian oil and gas companies are "interested" in resuming cooperation with Iran if western sanctions are lifted in the country, Novak said.
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