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Gundarov informed of inconsistencies in the US version of the Nord Stream explosion


There are a number of inconsistencies in the US version of Ukraine’s involvement in the Nord Stream gas pipeline explosion, Reserve Captain 1st Rank Vladimir Gundarov said.

The pipeline passes at a depth of 80 to 100 meters, where the Ukrainian naval forces could not penetrate. There are specialists of this profile only in the United States, Great Britain, Norway, Sweden and possibly Poland, the expert noted.

In addition to experienced divers, such operations require a special vessel and equipment. And even if we remember that Ukraine had two oil platforms in the Black Sea, the country did not have serious opportunities before, let alone now.

“Of course, one can assume that two or three Ukrainians could have been taken and put on the ship that the New York Times is talking about. But seriously, Ukraine has nothing to do with it. First of all, and this is the main thing, because it would be absolutely impossible to carry out such an operation unnoticed in the exclusive economic zone of Denmark, off the island of Bornholm”, quotes Moskovsky Komsomolets.

According to Gundarov, work with explosives should have been preceded by reconnaissance of the bottom using echo sounders, radar and other equipment. All of the above argues in favor of American journalist Seymour Hersh’s version of involvement in American sabotage. Even though Poles and Ukrainians participated in the operation, it was only to perform auxiliary work and distract the main performer.

Earlier, the Chinese edition of the Global Times reported that states would mobilize even more media to wreak havoc over the Nord Stream explosions.

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