Nord Stream starter, more gas leak – Mondo

Nord Stream starter, more gas leak – Mondo

A spokesperson for pipeline management company Nord Stream 2 stated that Gas leak is over From the behavior that began after the suspicious eruptions in recent days in the Baltic Sea. “The pressure of the water more or less closed the pipeline so that the gas inside wouldn’t leak out,” said Ulrich Lesek. “The bottom line is that there is still gas in the pipeline,” he added.

“The bombs that caused four leaks in the Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines, at a depth of about 80 meters in the exclusive economic zones of Sweden and Denmark, were probably the maintenance robots operating inside the pipeline structure during repair work”: This is the expert opinion reported by the Guardian newspaper. “If this theory is proven correct, the complex nature of the attack and the force of the explosion will add weight to the suspicion that the attacks were carried out by a state force, with the finger pointing at Russia,” he added.

Intelligence sources reported by the German magazine Spiegel believe that the Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines, in the exclusive economic zones of Sweden and Denmark, were hit by explosions with 500 kilograms of TNT, the equivalent of the explosive power of a bomb. by plane. German investigators took seismic readings to calculate the strength of the eruptions. They told the media that divers or remote-controlled robots may be able to visit the leak sites as early as this weekend.

according to Finnish Environment Agency (Psychi) Denmark’s Bornholm Basin, where the first Nord Stream pipeline leak was discovered on Monday, is the largest chemical weapons dump in the Baltic Sea.

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In a note, Saeki stated that “the impact of the gas leak on the chemical weapons is likely to be negligible, as they are buried several kilometers away but the effects remain uncertain.” The agency said it would continue to investigate the matter with the Institute for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons at the University of Helsinki. Finnish media reported this.

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