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USA Blames Pro-Ukrainian Group for Nord Stream Sabotage

The blame game continues…

The mystery surrounding the Nord Stream 2 pipeline’s sudden sabotage months ago is taking yet another crucial turn, as US intelligence reports attempt to suggest that a previously unmentioned culprit could be to blame.

The incident, which occurred during the early days of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, has sparked a heated international debate.  Fingers have been pointed in just about every direction in the matter, with the United States having long been blamed by Russia for the destruction of the incredibly sensitive pipeline.

America is now pointing the finger elsewhere.

New intelligence reviewed by U.S. officials indicates that a pro-Ukrainian group sabotaged the Nord Stream pipelines that carried natural gas from Russia to Europe, but they have found no evidence of Kyiv government involvement in the September 2022 attack, the New York Times reported on Tuesday.

The U.S. and NATO have called the attacks, which occurred seven months into Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and destroyed three of the four pipelines running under the Baltic Sea, “an act of sabotage”.

The US was careful not to blame the Ukrainian government, however.

Citing U.S. officials, the New York Times said there was no evidence that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy or his top aides were involved in the operation or that the perpetrators were acting at the behest of any Ukrainian government officials.

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has been an utter failure thus far, and the Kremlin’s continued push to capture Kyiv could spark a revolt among the Russian people.

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