A distress signal in Russian preceded the submarine alert in the archipelago of Stockholm. When the marine search operation started radio communication between a transmitter in the archipelago and a transmitter in Kaliningrad was detected. This indicates that there could be a damaged russian submarine in Swedish waters.
Swedish newspaper Svenska Dagbladet can reveal sensational information about what happened before and during the ongoing marine search operation in the archipelago of Stockholm, where the Swedish Armed Forces – in their own words – are searching for ”suspected foreign activity under water”.
In the official version the operation started due to the reports from a ”credible source” that had seen a suspicious object on friday.