EUROPEAN LEADERS ACCUSE PUTIN OF DELIBERATELY SABOTAGING AND BLOWING UP EUROPE’S GAS PIPE LINES, Which Has Caused 3,000 ft-wide Bubbles and Sends Prices Spiking

A huge swathe of Baltic sea is pictured from this helicopter flyover showing bubbles breaking the surface amid a gas leak

EUROPEAN LEADERS ACCUSE PUTIN OF DELIBERATELY SABOTAGING AND BLOWING UP EUROPE’S GAS PIPE LINES, Which Has Caused 3,000 ft-wide Bubbles and Sends Prices Spiking

Putin alegedly sabotaged Europe’s gasline.

Western leaders have blamed ‘deliberate’ sabotage after the Nordsteam pipe from Russia suffered ‘unprecedented’ damage off Sweden – causing 3000ft-wide bubbles in the Baltic Sea and causing prices to spike.

Explosions were heard near the Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipes where gas is now leaking into the Baltic from three holes, scientists have confirmed, while chronic safety concerns have led to a five-mile exclusion zone being imposed around the affected area.

Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen has said her government believes the leaks were caused by ‘deliberate actions’, adding that the gas supply pipeline will be out of action for around a week.

She said this evening: ‘It is now the clear assessment by authorities that these are deliberate actions. It was not an accident. There is no information yet to indicate who may be behind this action.’ However, the West believes Putin alegedly sabotaged Europe’s gasline.

Her Energy Minister Dan Jorgensen also said the size of the holes in the pipelines indicate that the leaks could not have been caused by an accident such as getting hit by an anchor. The damaged pipelines are at a depth of 70-90 meters below sea level, he added.

The remarks were backed by Sweden’s PM Magdalena Andersson, who has said informations suggests the blasts were likely sabotage.

She said her government was in close contact with partners such as Nato and neighbours such as Denmark and Germany concerning the developments.

Ms Andersson continued: ‘We have Swedish intelligence, but we have also received information in our contacts with Denmark, and based on this concluded that this is probably a deliberate act. It is probably a matter of sabotage.

‘It is not a matter of an attack on Swedish or Danish territory. But that said, the government is taking what happened very seriously, not the least in light of the current security situation on our close proximity.’

Source: DailyMail, David Averre, Jamie Phillips, Mark Nicol

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