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The Estonian Ministry of Environment supports allowing Nord Stream to carry out research in Estonian waters while building the gas pipeline, LETA writes, referring to Eesti Päevaleht.
The ministry’s deputy chancellor Harry Liiv said in Eesti Päevaleht that the environment ministry is interested in environmental surveillance taking place during the whole period of building and usage of the gas pipeline. “The more the Baltic Sea is researched, the better we know it and can evaluate the risks on that sensitive sea environment,” said Liiv.
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Ministry of Environment supports Nord Stream screening Estonian territorial waters