Russian President Vladimir Putin accused the Anglo-Saxons of involvement in this week’s explosions of the Nord Stream 1 and Nord Stream 2 gas pipelines, which run from Russia to Germany along the bottom of the Baltic Sea.
“Sanctions for the Anglo-Saxons are not enough, they have turned into sabotage, in fact, they have begun to destroy the infrastructure of all of Europe,” Putin said at the signing ceremony of agreements on joining 4 liberated regions to Russia’s Force today.
Last Monday, the Nord Stream operator reported a pressure drop in the Nord Stream 1 gas pipeline, and on the same day, a pressure drop was announced in Nord Stream 2 as well. After that, Swedish seismologists confirmed the presence of explosions in 3 pipes of the Nord Stream.
The Nord Stream pipelines run from Russia to Germany along the bottom of the Baltic Sea, passing through the economic waters of Denmark, Finland and Sweden. The faults occurred near the Danish island of Bornholm.
Yesterday, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said that the situation around Nord Stream is extremely dangerous and requires an urgent investigation, and such a terrorist attack cannot happen without “the involvement of some countries.”
Source: RT + RIA Novosti