Nord Stream No. 1 and No. 2 pipelines did not find the "murderer" twice a day, but the accident escalated again, and some Swedish media reported that the Swedish guard found the fourth leak point.
Just after the destruction of the Nord Stream pipeline, although there is no specific conclusion on whether this is man-made destruction and who did it, the US media has begun to catch the wind and shadows, using the information provided by US and Western officials to imply that Russia is the "black hand" behind the bombing of the pipeline.
CNN quoted several Western intelligence officials as saying that on Sept. 26 and 27, for two consecutive days, European security officials spotted Russian ships near the area where the incident occurred.
"While it is not clear whether these Russian ships are related to the destruction of the Nord Stream pipeline, they will be listed as the targets of the investigation."
In addition to quoting remarks by U.S. Western officials, CNN also claimed that Russia is "the only country in the region that is believed to have the capacity and motivation to deliberately sabotage the pipeline."
In the absence of evidence, these intelligence officials are still like this, analyzing CNN, saying that Russia may be looking at the coming of winter, so they want to destroy the gas pipeline and make European countries bear the cost of supporting Ukraine, so that the people will oppose the state to continue to sanction Russia to alleviate the situation that Russia is now being sanctioned by many parties.
But Russian President Vladimir Putin's press secretary, Dmitry Peskov, has refuted such claims. He believes that the destruction of the Nord Stream pipeline will not only make Russia not profit from it, but also cause serious economic losses.
Some Danish officials also objected to CNN's claims, with one of them stressing that Russian ships were found in the relevant waters because Russian ships themselves regularly operated in the Baltic Sea region.
Of course, some people suspect that Russia did it, and some people suspect that the United States did it.
For example, Peskov clarified for Russia and stressed that there are American suppliers who sell liquefied natural gas to Europe to obtain high profits, and these companies want to take the opportunity to make more profits.
In addition to Russia's suspicion that the United States did it, after the Nord Stream pipeline was blown up, there was also a somewhat "weird" scene. Poland's former foreign minister, Sikors, posted a picture of the gas leaking out over the sea, then accompanied by the caption "Thank you, USA."
This thank you sentence is full of connotations. The whole thing is that first the Nord Stream pipeline was bombed, and then the former foreign minister of Poland thanked the United States, and what he wanted to say inside and out, the clear-eyed people should understand.
Sicoles's dynamic swept the world, and it wasn't long before he deleted the dynamic and then sent another one that it would be good for Poland to have the Nord Stream pipeline paralyzed, and that he had only assumed who had the motivation and ability to sabotage the Nord Stream pipeline.
However, this statement can be seen that it is not convincing to the public, and the deletion of posts is still a bit of a point that there is no silver in this place.
However, who did it, each has its own speculation, in the mouth of the mainstream media in the West, Russia is the number one suspect, and in Russia's eyes, several US military aircraft have been circling around the sea area where the problem occurred before the pipeline was destroyed. Before the results of the investigation came out, this matter became a "Rashomon".
But what is certain is that the consequences must be very serious. Not only economic losses, but also marine pollution, the sense of crisis that winter is coming, etc., and what kind of contradictions will arise between subsequent countries because of this matter are unpredictable.
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