The Kremlin is reportedly monitoring an object that was discovered near the Nord Stream pipeline.

On Friday, the Kremlin emphasized the significance of identifying an object found near one of the Nord Stream pipelines and called for a transparent investigation into the pipeline blasts that occurred in September.

Dmitry Peskov, the Kremlin spokesman, expressed his approval that Denmark had requested the Russian-controlled operator of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline to assist in recovering the unidentified object near the pipelines in the Baltic Sea.

According to Peskov, it is definitely a positive development that the pipeline owner has been invited to participate in crucial stages of the investigation.

Danish authorities recently reported the discovery of a tube-shaped object, approximately 40 cm (16 inches) in length and 10 cm in diameter, during an inspection of the last surviving Nord Stream pipeline carried out by its operator, Nord Stream 2 AG.

Peskov stressed the critical importance of identifying the object and determining whether it is linked to the apparent terrorist act and underscored the need for a transparent investigation to be pursued.

Last September, three out of the four pipelines belonging to the Nord Stream 1 and Nord Stream 2 gas links were impacted by an explosion that remains unexplained. Russia has accused Britain and the United States of carrying out the blasts without providing any evidence to support their claim, whereas European investigators have not identified any potential suspects.

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