Russian Submarine Reportedly Found Within 31 Miles Of Stockholm, Sweden Mobilizes Troops

A Russian submarine has reportedly traveled to within a stone’s throw to Stockholm, prompting an aggressive response from Sweden, including a mobilization of troops and ships. It had been reported late this week that “foreign underwater activity” was taking place in the Stockholm archipelago, but the activity was not confirmed, and it was not officially linked to Russia. But reports later on Saturday seemed to confirm that it was Russia. Sources say that more than 200 Swedish military personnel have been involved in the search for the sub. The search started when National Defense Radio Establishment reportedly detected radio communication in Russian, and the search narrowed the next day. “Friday night signal intelligence once again intercepted radio communication,” the Swedish newspaper Svenska Dagbladet reported. “This time it was encrypted but it was possible to determine the position of the transmitter and the receiver. The transmitter was situated somewhere in Kanholmsfjärden in the archipelago of Stockholm, and the receiver was situated in Kaliningrad, Russia.”

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