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The Greek authorities are puzzled that Brussels is trying to prevent energy cooperation with Russia, given that the Nord Stream gas pipeline is already in full force.
RIA News cites a statement by the adviser to the Greek prime minister on energy, Dimitrios Velanis:
An adviser to the Greek prime minister said that other countries in southern Europe, Italy and Bulgaria, are interested in the project. At the same time, Velanis noted that the European Commission, declaring the need to move away from the monopoly on gas supplies to the EU, contradicts itself. After all, if you move away from a monopoly, you need to provide equal conditions for all suppliers, and Brussels is trying to squeeze Russia out of the market, which itself violates European antitrust laws.
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