Handling of object in the Baltic Sea
Relevant Danish authorities have examined the object that has been observed by the Nord Stream 2 pipeline in the Baltic Sea. It remains the assessment that the object does not pose an immediate safety risk.
With a view to further clarifying the nature of the object, Danish authorities have decided to salvage the object with assistance from the Danish Defence. The Danish Energy Agency has in that context invited the owner of the pipeline, Nord Stream 2 AG, to participate in the operation.
The Danish Energy Agency currently awaits a response from Nord Stream 2 AG before the operation is commenced. The relevant authorities will provide further information when possible.
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