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UN Security Council to meet over Nord Stream leaks on Friday: Sweden

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The UN Security Council will meet on Friday to discuss the leaks on the Nord Stream pipelines in the Baltic Sea, suspected to be sabotage, Sweden’s foreign minister Ann Linde said Wednesday.

“As the current Security Council president France has informed us today that Russia has requested a meeting about the Nord Stream leaks and this meeting is being planned for Friday,” Linde told a press conference.


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