Germany Wants to Buyback From the US the Lifting of Sanctions Against the Nord Stream 2
According to this information, the German government agreed to provide the United States with financial support of up to one billion euros. In return, Germany wanted that future US legislation, which could lead to sanctions against Nord Stream 2, would either not be used or would be blocked by denials or other effective instruments.
Sasha Müller-Krenner, who is the executive director of Germany's environmental organization, called the planned deal a "dirty deal at the expense of third parties."
The German department has not yet commented on this information.