The head of the antitrust section of RBS commended the decision of the Polish antimonopoly regulator UOKiK to terminate the agreements for project financing.
The Polish antimonopoly regulator UOKiK ordered the European creditors (Shell, Engie, Wintershall, Uniper and OMV) to terminate the agreements for Nord Stream-2 project financing. The fine charged from Gazprom was 7.6 billion USD.
To make it clear to which consequences this decision is going to lead, the correspondents of the Kommersant newspaper addressed the relevant lawyers.
While communicating with the outlet, Anastasiia Yaremchuk, the head of the antitrust section of RBS, approved that appealing to the decision of the Polish regulator in court may take years and during the time of the process the fulfillment of the decision is going to be paused. For further details see the Ъ (Kommersant) website.