The gas turbine for the Nord Stream-1 pipeline is ready for use, there are no technical reasons for reducing gas supplies. The Russian Federation can get it if it provides the necessary information for its transportation. This was announced today by German Chancellor Olaf Scholz.
Today, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz inspected a repaired turbine for Russia's Nord Stream 1 gas pipeline, which is now located at Siemens Energy's plant in Mülheim am Ruhr.
"I saw with my own eyes: the serviced turbine is there and ready for use at any time. We only have to invite Russia. Because there is no technical reason to cut gas supplies," he said on Twitter.
Also, according to Reuters, Scholz blamed Russia for the delayed return of the Nord Stream 1 turbine serviced in Canada.
"It (turbine - ed.) can be transported and used at any time," Scholz said during a visit to the Siemens Energy factory.