Red-Faced Swedish Navy Calls Off Hunt For Mystery Vessel In Baltic Sea - And Is Forced To Admit There Was No Submarine There After All -- Daily Mail
* Hunt for 'Russian submarine' in Stockholm called off Friday morning
* More than 200 troops, ships and helicopters now called from archipelago
* Underwater activity has been confirmed, a submarine has been ruled out
* Moscow today blasted Sweden's 'baseless Cold War-rhetoric actions'
Swedish military has called off the search for a 'Russian underwater vessel' thought to have been lurking in the Stockholm archipelago, after admitting that it was 'definitely not' a submarine.
Navy top brass has today been forced to concede that although 'underwater activity' is confirmed, the military has ruled out the possibility that it could have been a Russian sub.
This comes after Moscow blasted the hunt as 'groundless actions by the Swedish military, based on a Cold War-rhetoric'.
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