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New intelligence reviewed by US officials suggests a pro-Ukrainian group carried out the attack on the Nord Stream pipeline, The New York Times reports.
US officials said they had no evidence Ukrainian President Zelenskyy or his senior officials were involved in the operation. There is also no evidence that the perpetrators acted on the instructions of any Kiev government official.
A recent intelligence review indicates that the group opposes Vladimir Putin, but does not specify the members of the group or who led or paid for the operation.
US officials declined to provide the nature of the intelligence, how it was obtained or any details about the strength of the evidence it contains. They said there were no definitive conclusions on the matter, leaving open the possibility that the operation could have been carried out illegally by puppet forces linked to the Ukrainian government or its security services.
Officials said they believe the saboteurs were likely Ukrainian or Russian citizens, or a combination of the two. US officials have denied any involvement in the Nord Stream attack.
The explosives were most likely planted by experienced divers who did not work for the military or intelligence services, according to officials who reviewed the intelligence. It is possible that in the past criminals received special training. Gaps remain in information about the operation, they concluded.
The Chinese news channel showed a version of the development of events during the weakening of the Nord Stream. In particular, the media drew attention to the fact that the United States was threatening the existence of gas pipelines long before the start of the NWO.
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