The warships of Denmark and Sweden patrolled the area near the Nord Streams 4 days before the explosion

Four days before the Nord Stream and Nord Stream 2 explosions, Danish and Swedish Naval Forces (Navy) ships patrolled the area. This was reported by TASS, citing The Times newspaper.

The warships of Denmark and Sweden patrolled the area near the Nord Streams 4 days before the explosion
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According to the data received, it is known that the activity of the ships of the navies of the two countries is associated with the island of Bornholm. It is known that both gas pipelines are laid near this island. It is noted that it was there that a submarine or an unknown vessel with the transponder turned off could be located.

According to the publication, the patrol ship of the Danish Navy P524 Nymfen on September 21 set off for the distant region of the Baltic Sea. It is known that this ship just then turned off the transponder for several hours and was not detected by international maritime traffic tracking systems.

The publication claims that it was on that day that this ship circled the Baltic island of Bornholm for the first time in a long time and headed northeast to the far borders of the estimated range of Danish radars. It is noted that after Nymfen turned off the transponder, a corvette of the Swedish Navy and a Swedish reconnaissance aircraft headed towards it at high speed.

“It looks like a Danish observation vessel was not just cruising around the site of the explosion,” said ex-Danish intelligence officer Jakob Korsbo, who currently holds the position of senior analyst at the Copenhagen Think Tank Europa analysis center.

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