The Danish island, near which Russian gas pipelines were blown up, is de-energized

The Danish island of Bornholm, near which the pipes of the Nord Stream gas pipeline that was blown up the day before, turned out to be completely de-energized. This was reported by the Polish radio station RMF FM.

Along with this, the supply of electricity from Sweden to Poland was stopped. Bornholm does not receive electricity due to a break in the submarine cable connecting the island with Swedish territory. The incident was reported to Energinet, the cause of the incident is still unknown.

According to the Danish television channel TV2, the islanders stopped receiving electricity on the morning of 10 October. Closer to noon, local power was activated, which made it possible to provide energy to many residents of Bornholm.

The day before, many cities of Ukraine were de-energized due to massive missile strikes by the Russian Armed Forces on military and energy facilities in the country. Thus, electricity was lost in Lvov, Zhytomyr, Sumy, Kharkiv, Khmelnitsky, Poltava, Ternopil, Lutsk, Rivne, Ivano-Frankivsk.

The relevant targets in Ukraine were attacked in response to Kyiv-initiated terrorist attacks against the Crimean Bridge and other civilian and gas infrastructure facilities in the Russian Federation.
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  1. Colonel Kudasov Offline Colonel Kudasov
    Colonel Kudasov (Leopold) 10 October 2022 18: 19
    Is it a response? Operatively, do not say anything)
  2. Moscow Offline Moscow
    Moscow 10 October 2022 19: 23
    What does Sweden's problems have to do with it, especially in connection with Ukraine? Ay?
    1. boriz Offline boriz
      boriz (boriz) 10 October 2022 21: 28
      What does Sweden's problems have to do with it, especially in connection with Ukraine? Ay?

      1.Straight, girl...Ay? ...
      2. One of the threads was blown up in the area of ​​responsibility of Sweden. Sweden has been investigating. She refused to hand over the data of the investigation to Russia. Not to mention allowing Russia to be investigated.
      And who wanted what? Times have changed dramatically.
      So get it and sign up.
    2. Corsair Offline Corsair
      Corsair (DNR) 10 October 2022 22: 23
      Quote: Moscow
      What does Sweden's problems have to do with it, especially in connection with Ukraine? Ay?

      Well yes ! yes So I want to ask - Shaw happened?
  3. svit55 Offline svit55
    svit55 (Sergey Valentinovich) 10 October 2022 19: 47
    Well, if Father Bornholm is Ukrainian, then this is our job))))) Now any accident in any part of the world will be tied to the Russian Federation ??
    1. boriz Offline boriz
      boriz (boriz) 10 October 2022 21: 20
      It's just that SP and SP2 were blown up in Denmark's area of ​​responsibility. Must answer.
  4. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 10 October 2022 20: 56
    There was once the news of the Armenian Radio, and now more and more Polish Radio, Media, "experts"
  5. calligrapher Lev_Nikolaevich (Dmitriy) 10 October 2022 20: 57
    They could turn off the power for a very specific reason - to carry out mining of the Norwegian gas pipeline without witnesses - means of monitoring the underwater space.
    We do not need it, but the British - oh, how useful.
    And then they write to us.
  6. calligrapher Lev_Nikolaevich (Dmitriy) 10 October 2022 21: 39
    In the morning hours on the Danish island of Bornholm in the Baltic Sea, electricity was cut off for several hours. The problem was discovered by the state operator, and almost immediately confirmed the absence of signs of a terrorist act.
    The reason was an accident in the power grid of the island, the network company Energinet said at noon. Thus, reports of a cut submarine cable were completely refuted.
  7. Vladimir Tuzakov (Vladimir Tuzakov) 11 October 2022 17: 37
    Everyone accepts favorable conclusions for themselves, the time of lies and meanness launched by the United States dominates .. So there is nothing to expect objectivity. Act in your own interests, like the United States, which violates all agreements and laws when it suits them ...