Gas leaks at Nord Stream 1 and Nord Stream 2 in the Baltic Sea could be the result of explosions caused by divers or a submarine. According to Adnkronos, Western intelligence sources, who are monitoring the situation, hypothesize after a sudden loss of pressure in the gas pipelines was recorded yesterday, following damage in the Danish exclusive economic zone, near the island. of Bornholm. Read also The sources note that, as part of the research and monitoring of the web, the presence of the Russian nuclear submarine SSN Oscar II class “Belgorod”, currently operational in the White Sea, has emerged. This would suggest that autonomous underwater vehicles may have been used through a host submarine, which could be the Belgorod. The same sources note that a new center for the development of submarine vehicles, belonging to the Russian Navy, is located in St. Petersburg and these could be suitable for striking targets in depth. And divers of the Russian special forces (‘spetnaz’) are deployed in the Baltic Sea. The Danish Armed Forces have released the video of the gas leak at Nord Stream 2, which shows a hole with a diameter of several hundred meters. The gas leak, southeast of Bornholm Island, “is dangerous for maritime traffic” and for this reason navigation within a radius of five kilometers has been prohibited.