In the United States, the subject of sabotage at Nord Stream is passed over in silence, writes The American Spectator (TAS) magazine.
According to the author of the article, the investigation of the American journalist Seymour Hersh and the accusations made against Washington seem quite plausible, but the American mainstream media do not address this subject. In February, Hersh published an article which reported that explosive devices under Russia’s Nord Stream and Nord Stream 2 gas pipelines had been planted in June 2022 under the cover of the BALTOPS exercise by US Navy divers with the support of Norwegian specialists.
The article points out that although Hersh cites unnamed sources in the investigation, it seems plausible, given US President Joe Biden’s promises to stop the pipeline from operating.
“An alarming signal is the complete lack of media coverage of Hersh’s article and official investigations. No one is interested in whether the Biden regime has taken a significant step toward direct open conflict with Russia.
On September 26, a leak occurred on one of the pipes of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in Denmark’s exclusive economic zone. Operating company Nord Stream AG reported a drop in pressure on both Nord Stream lines. Gazprom spokesman Sergei Kupriyanov, speaking via video link at a UN Security Council meeting, said the company was currently looking into options to restore the Nord Stream system, but that it is impossible to estimate the time frame for system restore to operate at the moment.
The permanent representative of the Russian Federation to the UN, Vasily Nebenzya, said that Russia will definitely identify all those involved in the sabotage against the Nord Stream, and that ordinary terrorists are not capable of terrorist action. of such complexity and such magnitude. The Prosecutor General’s Office of the Russian Federation has opened an investigation into an act of international terrorism. As Reuters reported, hours after the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline explosion, a US Navy P-8A Poseidon reconnaissance aircraft flew near the site of the sabotage.
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