Czech Republic, Poland to build Stork II gas pipeline to diversify supplies

The Czech Republic and Poland have renewed cooperation on the Stork II gas pipeline with both countries showing support for the project, Czech Prime Minister Petr Fiala told journalists at the Economic Forum in Karpacz Tuesday night following talks with Polish PM Mateusz Morawiecki.

Report informs, citing foreign media, that development of the Stork II pipeline, which would lead from the Czech border to Świnoujście in Poland, will enable further diversification of natural gas deliveries in Europe while reducing the reliance on Russian gas.

Fiala and Morawiecki agreed that the completion of Stork II presents a solution to the current energy crisis and to the overall energy security of Central Europe.

“We agreed that it is necessary to find a European solution, that it is necessary to intervene in the energy prices so that they are acceptable for citizens and firms,” Fiala said, adding that the current energy pricing structures need to change.

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