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The Nord Stream 2 project must be considered not just for its economic and energy significance, but for its military security aspect. Political scientist Margarita Šešelgytė believes that the pipeline would give the Russian military a reason to militarise the Swedish island of Gotland, which is significant when it comes to NATO forces and access to the Baltics.
Nord Stream 2 could be Russian cover to militarize Gotland - political scientist
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