The Polish oil and gas company PGNiG will take part in the certification of the Russian Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline, but it will not have the opportunity to stop the process with a veto. This was announced by a representative of the German regulator: “The Federal Network Agency has given a positive response to the applications of PGNiG SA and PST GmbH for involvement in the certification process. The parties involved can participate in the administrative process, in particular, they have the right to express their point of view, “- told TASS representative of the German Federal Network Agency Fite Wulf. However, the parties involved do not have veto rights, he added. At the end of June, Nord Stream 2 AG, which operates the pipeline, applied for certification as an independent operator of the gas transmission system. The application is being considered by the German regulator, and a decision on it must be made no later than January 8, 2022. On September 6, Gazprom announced the completion of the Nord Stream-2 pipe-laying, and four days later….