The consortium set up to build Nord Stream 2 is still hoping to get permission from Denmark

By Alina Kantor

The Solitaire pipe-laying ship, which is laying the Nord Stream-2 gas pipeline along the bottom of the Baltic Sea, will approach the maritime border with Denmark as early as next month, which never gave Gazprom and its European partners permission to conduct work in their waters
“Now we are moving in the direction of the Danish border, and then we look forward to continuing the project from the Danish border to Germany,” the ship's captain said.