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MOSCOW, November 11. /TASS/. The termination of the Nord Stream 2 shareholder agreement is a technical move and breaks a new ground for finding more cooperation forms with western partners for implementation of the project, a source in Russia’s biggest gas producer Gazprom told TASS.
"This is a technical step, which needs to be approved by the board of directors, after the application is withdrawn from the Polish antimonopoly regulator. The move creates a background for defining new ways of cooperation with western partners in the implementation of this important project," the source said.