NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg described the leaks on the Nord Stream pipelines as acts of sabotage.
“Discussed the sabotage on the North Stream pipelines with Defense Minister Morten Bødskov of our valued Ally Denmark. We addressed the protection of critical infrastructure in NATO countries,” Stoltenberg tweeted on Wednesday.
Discussed the sabotage on the #NorthStream pipelines with Defence Minister @mfMorten of our valued Ally #Denmark. We addressed the protection of critical infrastructure in #NATO countries. pic.twitter.com/GCRgVOTR2S
Discussed the sabotage on the #NorthStream pipelines with Defence Minister @mfMorten of our valued Ally #Denmark. We addressed the protection of critical infrastructure in #NATO countries. pic.twitter.com/GCRgVOTR2S— Jens Stoltenberg (@jensstoltenberg) September 28, 2022
On Monday the Nord Stream 1 and the Nord Stream 2 pipelines both ruptured. Unexplained large pressure drops were reported in both pipelines at the end-station in Germany. A gas leak from NS2 was located late on 26 September.
Early on Tuesday, two separate leaks in NS1 were discovered. The leaks are in international waters, but within the Danish and Swedish economic zones.
Both Berliner Zeitung and Le Monde newspapers have asked if it is sabotage, and a Kremlin spokesman said it could be. Both pipelines were not in operation at the time of these incidents, but do contain gas. (ILKHA)
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