Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki positively assessed the information about the suspension of certification of the Nord Stream2 gas pipeline. “It is a voice of reason and loud opposition to the neo-imperialist attempts of the Kremlin,” he said. He also noted that we expect further steps. “It is still not too late to stop Putin. Our solidarity has already defeated Russian imperialism once again – it is time to show the strength once again,” stressed the Prime Minister.
“Due to the escalating conflict between Russia and Ukraine, the German government is suspending the approval process of the Russian-German Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline until further notice, Chancellor Olaf Scholz informed on Tuesday. In the light of recent events, the situation needs to be reassessed,” said Scholz, explaining his decision.
Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, in his post on Facebook, assessed that this is positive news, but – he stressed – “we expect further steps”.
“From the very beginning of the Nord Stream 2 project, Poland was categorically against placing Germany’s gas interests over the security of the whole of Europe. The effects of the continent’s dependence on Russian energy supplies are felt today by all EU residents,” noted the Polish Prime Minister.
As he added, Poland appealed to partners from Germany to block this “harmful and dangerous geopolitical project”.
“Today, when peace on the continent is once again threatened by aggression from the east, we are unsatisfied to say that we were right from the beginning. Europe – from London, through Paris to Berlin, adopts the Polish perspective. It is a voice of reason and loud opposition to the neo-imperialist ambitions of the Kremlin,” said Morawiecki.
“It is still not too late to stop Putin. Our solidarity has defeated Russian imperialism once again – it’s time to show the strength once again,” added the head of government.