Russia's Nord Stream 2 to resume pipe-laying in Germany's Exclusive Economic Zone

© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Nord Stream 2 land fall facility in Lubmin

MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia’s Nord Stream 2 said on Saturday it planned to start laying pipes in Germany’s Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) this year, confirming its intention to resume work on the stalled Moscow-backed gas pipeline to Europe.

It said its plan envisaged laying a 2.6 kilometre (1.62 miles) section of each line of the pipeline, adding that it would name the pipe-laying vessel at a later date.

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