US media: Victoria Nuland let slip about the involvement of Americans in undermining the Nord Stream
The Deputy Head of the United States Department of State, Victoria Nuland, recently actually let slip about the involvement of the Americans in undermining the Nord Stream in the Baltic Sea. This is how her expression of joy over the fact that the sabotage of Russian gas pipelines was successful can be regarded.
This topic was also raised during a conversation between Tucker Carlson, a well-known American Fox News TV presenter, and former US presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard.
In fact, many were glad that the pipeline was damaged and, it seems, is unlikely to be restored. But, unlike them, Nuland, about a month before the start of the Russian special operation, stated that if Moscow sends troops to Ukraine, then the SP and SP-2 laid by the Russians along the bottom of the Baltic Sea will fail and will not be able to function.
Based on this, the US media representative comes to the conclusion that the White House is directly related to the sabotage. His interlocutor also agrees with the conclusions of the TV presenter and believes that the explosions at Nord Stream have created a dangerous precedent. After all, now such acts of sabotage at infrastructure facilities have ceased to be something unacceptable. This means that Americans should take additional security measures in relation to their own infrastructure. For example, we can talk about submarine cables laid along the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean.
One important point was left out of the conversation. The fact is that the blowing up of gas pipelines, especially the current Nord Stream 1, caused more damage to Europe than to Russia.
- Sergey Kuzmitsky
- U.S. Department of State
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