Day 378 of the Invasion of Ukraine: Pro-Ukrainian Group might be behind the Attack on the Nord Stream Gas Pipeline
Day 378 of the invasion of Ukraine. Summary of key events in the last 24 hours:
- "New York Times": Pro-Ukrainian group blew up "Nord Stream"
- Peskov: Nord Stream shareholders should demand an investigation
- "Wagner" has taken over eastern Bakhmut
- Ukraine establishes a branch of the International Criminal Court
- China has pledged 0,000 for Ukraine's nuclear security
"New York Times": Pro-Ukrainian group blew up "Nord Stream"
New intelligence indicates that a pro-Ukraine group - possibly made up of Ukrainians or Russians - attacked the Nord Stream gas pipelines in September, but there are no firm conclusions, reported the New York Times.
There is no evidence that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky or other Ukrainian officials were behind the attacks.
The explosions took place on September 26 in the exclusive economic zones of Sweden and Denmark.
Both countries concluded that the blasts were deliberate, but did not say who might be responsible.
The United States has "full faith and confidence" in the investigations led by Germany, Sweden and Denmark into the possible causes of the Nord Stream explosion last September, said State Department spokesman Ned Price.
"There are actually three countries that are investigating exactly what happened - our German allies, as well as our partners from Sweden and Denmark. They have launched an investigation into what happened. Those investigations are ongoing. As we always do - we will let those investigations play out and develop before commenting on any potential findings and conclusions," the spokesperson...