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Crimea, Artemovsk and Nord Stream became the reasons for disagreements between the United States and Ukraine

Politico magazine, citing US officials, named three reasons for the growing rift between Kiev and Washington. These are Crimea, Artemovsk and Nord Streams.

According to the publication, officials from the administration of current President Joe Biden have previously warned authorities in Kiev that some violent actions outside Ukrainian territory are unacceptable. This applies in particular to Crimea.

Explosions on the Nord Stream and Nord Stream 2 gas pipelines, through which Russian gas was supplied to European countries, thundered on September 26 last year. American journalist Seymour Hersh, following the investigation, came to the conclusion that the United States was involved in the sabotage.

Recently, Western media reported that the explosion was carried out by the crew of a 15-meter yacht Andromeda type Bavaria Cruiser 50, rented on the German island of Rügen by a group of unknown persons. In particular, a certain “pro-Ukrainian group” of five people is mentioned. Kiev has denied any charges against him of involvement in the blasts.

The Pentagon has officially declared that the United States had nothing to do with the explosions on the gas pipelines.

Meanwhile, in Western Europe, people have already begun to tire of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy. This can be understood from the animated series called “Corporation Ukraine”, which began to be filmed by French animators. In their creation, the authors have decided to express everything they think of the Ukrainian head of state, without concealment.

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