Russian gas pipeline in the Baltic threatened by Ukraine unrest

Russian seizure of Ukrainian ships complicates construction of Nord Stream 2, says Estonian minister.

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Russia's seizure of three Ukrainian fleet vessels in the Crimea could make it tougher for Russians to build pipeline Nord Stream 2 in the Baltic, says Estonian defence minister Juri Luik.

He believes that military tensions between Ukraine and Russia will complicate the case of the Russian gas pipeline via Danish waters.

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