Karlshamn green-lights Nord Stream 2

Swedish port city Karlshamn will serve as supply base for Russian gas pipeline Nord Stream 2. Swedish concerns for national security were trumped by the prospect of creating jobs.

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Originally, Sweden's government urged that Swedish port cities decline any offers to be the base for the large-scale Russian gas pipeline project Nord Stream 2. The Swedish reasoning was that Russia is too aggressive and constitutes a threat to stability in the Baltic region.

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