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Nord Stream: Danish military snaps photos of Russian submarine just before explosion

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The Danish military photographed a Russian ship near the Nord Stream pipelines

A photo provided by the Danish Defense Command shows the Nord Stream 2 gas leak from the air near Barnholm.

A photo provided by the Danish Defense Command shows the Nord Stream 2 gas leak from the air near Barnholm.

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The Russian special ship “SS-750” is designed for underwater operations and has a mini-submarine that captures weapons. The Danish Defense Command has now confirmed that it observed the patrol vessel “SS-750” a few days before the Nord Stream explosions.

WAccording to the Danish military, a few days before the Nord Stream explosions in the Baltic Sea, a Russian special vessel was close to the explosion sites. The Danish Defense Command confirmed to the newspaper that “Information“A patrol vessel took 26 images of “SS-750” east of Bornholm Island on September 22, 2022.

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Four days later there were several explosions in pipelines near Bornholm. Authorities consider it vandalism. It is not known who is responsible for this. Investigations are underway in Germany, Denmark and Sweden.

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Investigative reporter Seymour Hersh believes he has solved the mystery of the Nord Stream attack.

In mid-April, Danish patrol boat “P524 Nymfen” took a total of 112 photos of Russian ships near the lines on September 22, “Information” reported. At the end of March, the German news portal “D-Online”, citing information from security sources and publicly available data, believed that Russian military ships were directed to the crime scene a few days before the attacks on the pipelines – including the “SS-750”.

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“SS-750” consists of a mini-submarine with grabbers. Swedish researcher and intelligence expert Joachim van Braun told “Information” that it was specifically designed for underwater operations. Another expert, Oliver Alexander, was quoted in a report published Thursday evening as saying the ship could theoretically have been in the area for other reasons. “But the timing, it’s special to be in this place at this time,” he said.

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