Swedish Coast Guard releases new video from Nord Stream gas leak

Swedish coast guard releases new video from nord stream gas leak

South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Swedish Coast Guard releases new video from Nord Stream gas leak” – below is their description.

A new video of a gas leak from the Nord Stream pipelines in the Baltic Sea was released on September 29, 2022. Sweden said it had discovered the fourth gas leak, which was likely caused by “sabotage” earlier in the week. Underwater blasts were first reported on Monday.

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