Professors: Danish delay of Nord Stream 2 may be illegal

Danish authorities might have acted illegally in delaying the process regarding gas pipeline Nord Stream 2's installation in the Baltic Sea, according to several law professors spoken to by Danish newspaper.
Photo: Peter Hove Olesen
Photo: Peter Hove Olesen

Danish authorities' handling and long-winded processing of project Nord Stream 2, the gas pipeline slated for installation through the Baltic Sea from Russia to Germany, is legally dubious, according to several law professors spoken to by Danish newspaper Weekendavisen. They point out that authorities' continued refusal to give the go-ahead to Russian company Nord Stream 2 AG might be illegal.

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