Solutions For Restoring Nord Stream Operation Are Being Sought

ER Editor: The report below is machine-translated from the Readovka site. What interests us on the geopolitical level is the effort made to quickly restore these pipes, and that these leaks may be eliminated within a matter of days according to Gazprom. What would be the next move in the game from the Western D.S. side if these pipelines can be restored soon? 

As Pepe Escobar notes in Who Profits from Pipeline Terror?, Germany had to be stopped from doing any type of negotiating with Russia over energy.

Readers might be interested in this recent blog piece by John Helmer, who believes with confidence that it is Poland who did this. This may be coming from Russian intelligence sources:


And we keep pinching ourselves and asking, is this all part of the movie? 


Solutions are being sought to restore the Nord Streams operation


The representative of “Gazprom” has made a statement

A search is now underway for solutions to restore the Nord Streams, the timing cannot yet be estimated. This was stated by the representative of “Gazprom”.

He also said that at the time of the accident, there were about 800 million cubic meters of gas in the three pipelines of the Nord Stream system. In addition, the information that the violations of the tightness of gas pipelines were caused by physical damage was confirmed.

Recall that on Monday, September 26, Danish seismologists recorded vibrations near leaks discovered in the Baltic Sea. Devices on the island of Bornholm registered an earthquake twice; experts said that these were just explosions. Later, the Nord Stream AG operator stated that on the three strings of offshore gas pipelines, the Nord Stream systems are unprecedented, and it is not yet possible to determine when they will be repaired. On September 27, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said that Russia could have arranged gas leaks in gas pipelines.

This statement was not liked by the senator of the Russian Federation Vladimir Dzhabarov, who sarcastically responded to the opponent’s attacks. September 28 The European Commission urged conduct an investigation after the emergency at the “SP”. The head of the EC, Ursula von der Leyen, said that this was sabotage and “a deliberate violation of the European energy infrastructure.” In turn, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken said that “the United States remains committed to maintaining Europe’s energy security.” At the same time, former Polish Foreign Minister and MEP Radosław Sikorski thanked the United States for the explosions at Nord Stream (ER: A man with serious neoconservative connections. He has since taken down his tweet.) The Chairman of the State Duma Committee said that it may take a year to repair Nord Stream; however, the pipeline operator expects to eliminate leaks by October 3rd.

Previously, Readovka reported that the  UN is unable to verify or confirm the details of the incident on the Nord Stream lines.




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