Nord Stream 2 Construction Support Ship Heading for German Waters, Maritime Tracking Apps Show

Earlier, German media reported that Berlin had offered Washington a concession worth $1.2 billion for the financing of the construction of two ports for the import of US LNG in exchange for a rejection of US sanctions against Nord Stream 2.

The Gazprom-owned Ivan Sidorenko offshore supply ship has departed from St. Petersburg, Russia and is heading toward Mukran, the German port containing pipes and other equipment used in the construction of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline, data from the Marine Traffic and MyShipTracking portals shows.

The Russian-flagged vessel is said to be traveling at about 14.5-15 knots west through the Baltic Sea, and is currently situated between Sweden and Poland. The ship is expected to arrive in Mukran on Thursday.

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