Explosions on the strings of the Nord Stream 1 and Nord Stream 2 gas pipelines at the bottom of the Baltic Sea occurred near the Danish island of Bornholm. Nearby is the burial of captured German chemical weapons. This was stated by Academician of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, Professor Vladimir Kuznetsov.
After the end of World War II, the victorious countries decided to flood the confiscated chemical munitions at the bottom of the Baltic Sea, the specialist noted. Some experts believe that there are about 300,000 poisonous substances at the depth. Kuznetsov called them “chemical time bombs”.
“One of the burial grounds is located just in the area of Bornholm Island, not far from the place where the pipelines were blown up,” the professor said in an interview with MK.
Formerly Danish Ambassador Karsten Sendergaard assured that there is no need to worry about the safe operation of Nord Stream 2. Allegedly, Copenhagen did everything possible to bypass the burials when laying the gas pipeline.
Kuznetsov is convinced that even if Denmark, Sweden and Poland know the details sabotagethen they will remain silent, since Washington is most likely involved in this matter.
“A large-scale ecological catastrophe can happen in the Baltic. More than 40 million people from nine countries located on the shores of the Baltic Sea are at risk,” the academician said.