The picture shows a large amount of natural gas leaking from the leak point of Beixi No. 2 pipeline. Huge bubbles are constantly emerging from the sea, and the sea looks like it is boiling.


[Instant News/Comprehensive Report] An unknown explosion occurred at the end of last month on the Nord Stream 1 and 2 of Russia's natural gas pipeline to Europe, causing a large amount of gas to leak. All sectors of Europe and the United States have pointed the finger at Moscow.

Today (4th), there was news again that Russia continued to inject natural gas into problematic pipelines in an attempt to hinder European investigations.

The Beixi No. 1 and No. 2 pipelines had an unknown explosion on the 26th of last month. A total of 4 leak points were found later. The outside world believed that the case was deliberately sabotaged, and it was suspected that Russia was behind because of dissatisfaction with the sanctions of Europe and the United States.

Afterwards, Moscow jumped out to deny the accusation, and even retorted that the United States may have done it.

In order to clarify the attribution of responsibility, Germany, Denmark and Sweden recently joined hands to investigate the case.

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However, the Eastern European media "Visegrád 24" on Twitter on Tuesday quoted the statement issued by the Swedish Coast Guard on the 3rd, saying that from the sea, the leak point of Nord Stream 1 has not leaked, but the leakage of the No. 2 pipeline A slight increase, alleging that the Russians still appear to be continuing to inject gas into the faulty pipeline in an attempt to thwart the investigation "because as long as there is gas leaking, it is impossible to get close to the investigation." This has not been confirmed.


Swedish authorities report that the gas leak from the Nord Stream 2 hole in the Swedish Economic Zone is increasing in strength.

It seems as if the Russians are pumping gas into the pipeline.

As long as there is gas, it won't be possible to get close to investigate.

— Visegrád 24 (@visegrad24) October 3, 2022