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The European Union says it will retaliate if it turns out Moscow deliberately damaged two major undersea gas lines.
There are three leaks on the Nord Stream 1 and 2 network that run from Russia to Germany.
A few hours ago, the pressure in Nord Stream 2, the undersea gas line connecting Russia and Germany, plummeted and began leaking gas bubbles into the Baltic sea near the Danish island of Bornholm. ? pic.twitter.com/ZyJiYzX72P
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Some experts believe President Putin is trying to cause more disruption, although the system’s not being used because of the war in Ukraine.
Denmark says it’s concerned with the security situation in the Baltic Sea.
Meanwhile, the naval fleets of several European countries have conducted military training in the sea.
Allies keep training together, advancing capabilities and tactics. Take a look at these impressive pictures from the Polish ?? maritime exercise REKIN-22 that was conducted last week in the Baltic Sea, with the participation of Estonian ??, Latvian ?? and Lithuanian ?? Navy. pic.twitter.com/ZHfzNS9c1w
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Security and defence analyst, Professor Michael Clarke, believes it was an act of sabotage.
“These are three explosions near the seabed, so you need a submarine to do that. This is not some casual terrorist act, it has to be a government.
The only government that could possibly gain from this, in a rather peculiar way, is Russia. None of the European governments would want to do it.”