Post: In Germany, began to clarify the conditions of emergency in the “North Streams”

Monitoring of gas leakage in Nord Stream 1 and Nord Stream 2 gas pipelines. Shot of the “Kanopus-V” spacecraft. Archive photo

Tagesschau: German police began to clarify the conditions of the emergency in Nord Stream

BERLIN, 9 October – RIA Novosti. The Federal Police and the German Navy have embarked on a reconnaissance mission to find the causes of the explosion in the Nord Stream pipelines, the portal reported. labels referring to a letter sent from the country’s Ministry of Defense to the Bundestag Defense Committee.

The document was at the disposal of the German broadcasting companies WDR and NDR.

It claims Federal Police Chief Dieter Romann requested administrative assistance last week to “help obtain a status report on damage to the Nord Stream and Nord Stream 2 pipelines.” to consider the issue from a legal point of view.

“The German Federal Police, with the help of divers and special technology, are investigating explosions in the Nord Stream pipelines. Two Bundeswehr ships are in the Baltic Sea for an intelligence operation,” the newspaper writes.

It became clear that we are talking about the Dillingen minesweeper and the Mittelgrund multi-purpose ship, which departed from the bases of the cities of Kiel and Eckernferde. Experts will have to photograph the damage to the pipelines near the island of Bornholm.

Citing German Minister of Justice Marco Buschmann, the portal also reported that the Federal Prosecutor’s Office is currently working on the need to launch an investigation into a criminal offense as it could be unconstitutional sabotage with consequences for Germany.

A gas leak was detected in the Nord Stream and Nord Stream 2 gas pipelines at four locations simultaneously on September 26. According to the operator company Nord Stream AG, the accident was unprecedented and repair time is impossible to predict. The German and Danish authorities did not exclude the possibility of sabotage as the cause of the emergency.

The Russian Prosecutor General’s Office launched a case regarding the international terrorist act after the damage to the natural gas pipelines. Danish Foreign Minister Jeppe Kofod also announced the government’s determination to refuse Russia’s involvement in the sabotage investigation and the identity of those responsible.

Source: Ria

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