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The Polish prime minister has described leaks in the Nord Stream gas pipelines, which lie beneath the Baltic, as “disturbing”, adding that they may well have been caused “by an act of sabotage”.
Nord Stream 1 and Nord Stream 2 were not the paths that should have been taken in German energy policy said the president of the German Bundesrat in Warsaw on Wednesday.
A natural gas pipeline between Poland and Slovakia, inaugurated on Friday, proves that north-south connections can increase security, Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, has said.
Poland's prime minister has said the Baltic Pipe gas pipeline project to bring Norwegian gas to Poland is planned to launch in the autumn according to plan and within budget.
The Polish-Lithuanian gas pipeline (GIPL) was launched on May 1 as planned, with gas flowing into Poland as of May 2, Poland’s Minister of Climate and Environment Anna Moskwa has said.
Poland can help the Czech Republic become independent of Russian energy resources, Petr Fiala, the Czech prime minister, said after talks with his Polish counterpart in Warsaw on Friday.