Photo: Getty Images a Court in Germany rejected the claim of environmentalists on Nord stream-2
The court stated that it was not able to clarify whether the construction permit for the Nord stream-2 in coastal waters is illegal.
In Germany, the Supreme administrative court of the city of Greifswald dismissed the appeal of the environmental associations Nabu Nord stream-2. On Friday 1 June, the edition of Merkur.
It is noted that the court can clarify whether the construction permit for the Nord stream-2 in coastal waters is illegal. While judges refer to complex facts and legal issues.
In the court’s decision notes that the public interest and reliability of energy supply in this case play a vital role.
Earlier it was reported that the environmental Association Nabu is seeking from the court an interim solution to block the start of work on Nord stream-2.
Later environmentalists challenging the decision of the Finnish authorities on the construction of the pipeline on the 374-kilometer stretch challenge in court. The initiators of the lawsuit claimed that the construction would damage the environment.
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