A Russian vessel capable of completing the pipelaying for the Gazprom-led Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline project left a German port on Wednesday and entered Danish waters where the last section of the controversial pipeline has yet to be completed.
[oilprice.com] – Russia-led Nord Stream 2 Gas Pipeline Could Be Completed Soon
Oilprice.com quotes Reuters:
[uk.reuters.com] – Russian vessel able to complete Nord Stream 2 pipeline departs from German port
However, at the time of writing this post, the Fortuna is indeed no longer moored at Mukran, but is NOT heading for Danish waters, but instead is anchored at the German port of Rostock:
[marinetraffic.com] – Fortuna position
Although there are clear signs that the US is preparing for anti-European sanctions over the pipeline, there are also signs that Europa feels strong enough to finally escape from the grip of the US empire:
[reuters.com] – EU prepares response to Nord Stream U.S. sanctions threat
After all, Europa can play the Eurasian card and team up with Russia and China, something both countries have quietly been hinting at for some time. And Brexit is a great help as well to finally decouple from Anglosphere.
[reuters.com] – China presses Europe for anti-U.S. alliance on trade
[amazon.com] – The End of the American Era
[rt.com] – ‘US losing world leadership, Europe can replace it’
[commondreams.org] – United States: An Obituary