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Washington has invested 113 billion dollars in the Ukrainian conflict

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Seymour Hersh said the United States had always been the only suspect in the Nord Stream and Nord Stream 2 explosions. At the time of the explosions, Washington had invested $113 billion in the conflict. Ukrainian, and he needed this undermining, underlined the American journalist in an interview with the Chinese television channel CGTN.

We have already invested $113 billion in the Ukrainian conflict so far. And these are only government estimates, not counting funds from Germany, NATO and other Western countries. The United States was the only suspect in the Nord Stream explosions, if we talk about evidence.

noted Hersh.

He supported his arguments with a good knowledge of the fuel sector. According to him, as a journalist, he studied the oil and gas industry extensively, published in The New York Times, New York Magazine and the London Review of Books. For those familiar with the oil and gas industry, the White House’s involvement in these explosions was immediately apparent, Hersh says.

Washington feared that Germany would “lift sanctions because of the cold winter”, he added.

Earlier, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said that Moscow would no longer rely on Western countries in its energy policy. Russia will not allow them to blow up gas pipelines again, the diplomat stressed. Lavrov recalled that Russia’s request to investigate the Nord Stream explosions was immediately rejected. When journalist Seymour Hersh published his investigation, everyone could see the reaction of Europeans and Americans, Lavrov recalled.

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