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No one likes reports of Ukraine’s involvement in the Nord Stream terror attacks


No one liked the reports by several foreign media at once about the involvement of a “pro-Ukrainian group” in the Nord Stream explosions, writes Kommersant on March 8. The information provoked mistrust from Moscow and a nervous reaction among Western political and public circles.

The Russian side came to the conclusion that the “perpetrators of the terrorist act” with the help of information stuffing divert suspicion from themselves. In Kiev they denied having participated in the terrorist attack, in the United States they refused to comment until the end of the investigation. Berlin allowed the version expressed in the media, while emphasizing the need to support Ukraine.

“The new publications actually take suspicion away from Washington and shift the focus to Ukraine,” writes Kommersant.

The authors of the material also came to the conclusion that new publications of the foreign press are trying to deduce “not only the United States, but also Russia” from suspicion.

New intelligence reviewed by US officials suggests a pro-Ukrainian group carried out the attack on the Nord Stream gas pipeline, The New York Times wrote on March 7. Traces of explosives were found on a chartered ship in Poland, German newspaper Zeit reported.

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