Moscow, April 21 – Bloomberg, citing one of the most experienced divers in the Danish Navy, reports that those who sabotage the Nord Stream were supposed to have access to an autonomous and fast submarine, similar to those used by modern navies.
According to Al-Ghattas, “Whoever carried out the attack had access to a fast, autonomous submarine, similar to those used by modern navies.”
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According to him, the process of safely planting the explosives and surface would take an individual diver several hours, so a surface vessel that had remained relatively stationary for several hours while waiting for the diving team would attract the attention of unwanted investigators later.
The diver stated that searching for pipelines without accurate coordinates or tracking technology, and then transporting and placing the explosives, would be a difficult task for the saboteur divers. He added, “The shipments, which are likely to weigh hundreds of pounds, were placed at the bottom of the tubes.”
According to Bloomberg, the Danish Navy believes this hypothesis makes sense, as it would be difficult for divers to spend the necessary time at depth and not be noticed.
On September 26, 2022, explosions occurred simultaneously on two gas pipelines for Russian exports to Europe – Nord Stream and Nord Stream 2. Germany, Denmark and Sweden did not exclude the occurrence of targeted sabotage. Nord Stream, operator of Nord Stream AG, stated that the state of emergency on the gas pipelines is unprecedented and it is impossible to estimate the repair time. The Prosecutor General’s Office of Russia initiated a case relating to an act of international terrorism.
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