Swedish ports say no to Nord Stream 2

The construction work on the Russian gas pipeline Nord Stream 2 through the Baltic Sea is facing new challenges. Following government pressure, Swedish ports are refusing to allow the pipeline construction.

Gazprom's construction of the planned gas pipeline Nord Stream 2 will likely not be controlled from Swedish ports. The two Swedish ports, which were nominated by the Russian company as fixed ports for the project – Port of Slite in Gotland and the Port of Karlshamn in Scania – are both leaning towards refusing the project. 

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