The operator of the Nord Stream 2 construction project, Nord Stream 2 AG, did not comment on the claim from the Alliance for the Protection of Nature (NABU). The organization considered that the gas pipeline poses a threat to the environment.
“We do not comment on the proceedings related to the decisions of the state authorities,” they reported to Nord Stream 2 AG in response to a TASS request.
Organization Naturschutzbund Deutschland filed a claim in Hamburg court on Monday, May 3. The statement of claim states that “Nord Stream-2” poses a threat to living creatures living at the bottom of the Baltic Sea on an area of 16 football hollows.
Later, the press service of the Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency (BSH) reported that construction of “Nord Stream-2” can be resumed in the coffin in May 2021. It was noted that the operator Nord Stream 2 AG in 2018 entered into an uninterrupted agreement to lay the gas pipeline on the seabed from the grave of May to September.