Putin instructed to connect the Kaliningrad region to the pipeline

Russian President Vladimir Putin instructed to consider the possibility of summing to Kaliningrad branch of the gas pipeline Nord Stream ("Nord Stream"), passing through the Baltic Sea and delivering fuel to Europe.

This was announced today, 23 November, the Governor of Kaliningrad Region Nikolai Cukanov at the enlarged meeting of the regional branch of the Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs of Russia.
"Today there is a written order Miller to work on this issue. Increased limits and uninterrupted gas supply, be sure to increase the investment attractiveness of the region," — said Cukanov.

Earlier A REGNUM reported that the former governor of the Kaliningrad region Georgy Boos at one time tried to make the connection to the Kaliningrad Region Nord Stream. In 2006, Boos said that he could not understand the policy of leadership "Gazprom"That does not provide the territory of the Kaliningrad region and the gas does not want to spend an offshoot of the line" Nord Stream ". And then presidential envoy to the Northwest Federal District Ilya Klebanov called a plan to build a branch from the North European gas pipeline to Kaliningrad "unnecessary risk."

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