Washington announces its intention to “strangle” the Russian Arctic LNG 2 project 11/08/2023, 23:57

US State Department Deputy for Energy Geoffrey Pyatt said Washington’s goal is to terminate the Arctic LNG 2 project. This was reported with reference to the official’s speech at a hearing in the US Senate Foreign Relations Committee. RIA News.

Payette noted that last week the United States imposed new sanctions against the Arctic LNG 2 project. According to the official, American officials took it upon themselves to “stifle” the project.

For this reason, Payette emphasized that the Department of State is carrying out critical work to “tighten the screws” in close coordination with the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC).

Previously reportedIt was stated that British authorities imposed sanctions on the gold mining company Nord Gold and the metallurgical company Krastsvetmet, which is involved in the extraction of precious stones.

Also included in the updated sanctions list were the Ural Mining and Metallurgical Company (UMMC), which also produces gold and precious metals, and the gold mining company Highland Gold.

Formerly US Treasury extended Sanctions against Russia.



Source: Gazeta

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