Minesweepers brought in to assist in NordBalt power link construction

Artillery shells, mines and grenades are only a small part of dangerous explosives that prevented the work of laying the submarine power link from Lithuania to Sweden. Explosives were found in the Lithuanian territory during the work on the project. These explosives were neutralised by explosive ordnance disposal personnel of the Lithuanian Armed Forces. However, experts predict that more explosives might be discovered.
NordBalt cable laying ships
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