Sweden and Russia to discuss NordBalt cable next week

Sweden and Russia will discuss the hindrances for the laying of the NordBalt cable next week. Sweden's Foreign Ministry told BNS that the Lithuanian project should proceed without any obstacles.
NordBalt kabelį tiesiantis laivas
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