The U.S. Capitol building© AP Photo / Jacquelyn MartinВ the U.S. Senate offered to help Europe in the rejection of energy resources from Russia. Whether it was on radio Sputnik suggested the political scientist Andrei Suzdaltsev.
Senator from the Republican party Ron Johnson and Democrat Chris Murphy introduced a bill providing for the allocation of one billion dollars to Finance European energy projects to help Europe to diversify its energy sector, reports Bloomberg.
“Most of Europe relies on the energy of Russia”, – the statement says Murphy. According to the Senator, the help of American allies in the search for new energy sources will allow Washington to “destroy control” of Russia over Europe, “to create jobs here in the United States.”
Washington opposes the construction of the pipeline “Nord stream-2”, claiming that it will make Europe “dependent on Russian energy supplies.” The supply of LNG around the world is one of the most important points in the agenda of the us administration.