Russia resumes Nord Stream’s natural gas supply to Europe

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BERLIN—Russian natural gas began flowing again at reduced volumes through a critical pipeline into Europe on Thursday, according to its operator, buying time for governments to decoupling from the Kremlin’s exports amid what they expect will be an increasingly unreliable energy supply from Moscow heading into winter.

The Nord Stream pipeline connecting Russia to Germany under the Baltic Sea resumed operations after its annual maintenance, ending 10 days of tense speculation over whether the President Vladimir Putin‘s regime would cut off the flow of gas to Europe in retaliation for Western sanctions following his invasion of Ukraine.

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