Russia requested a meeting of the UN Security Council on February 22 on new information on the explosions of the "Northern Stream" gas pipelines.The UN Security Council also refused, earlier, to adopt a Russian draft resolution, drafted by China and several countries, calling for the formation of an international committee to investigate the circumstances of the bombing of the "Northern Stream" lines.Russia's permanent representative to the UN Security Council, Vassily Nebenzia, stressed that the Council bears a special responsibility towards the issue of the explosion of the gas transmission system lines "Northern Stream". Dmitry Skryapin, portfolio manager of Alpha Capital Management, said European countries are replacing pipeline gas from Russia that is not received from the Nord Stream pipeline with LNG supplies from the United States, Qatar and Algeria. Wang Zaipang, a senior international relations figure at the Chinese Analytical Institute Taihe, described Europe as completely under U.S. control over the lack of findings of the European countries' investigation into the bombing. "This was an attack on Germany, the most powerful country in Europe, and Western Europe is the last major ally of the United States. We simply attacked our most important ally. Sooner or later the Germans will wake up and say, wait a minute, we had chemical plants. But now it doesn't. You just destroyed our economy," he said, but the current German leadership is silent. For Europeans, admitting U.S. guilt is the same as admitting their powerlessness." Hollywood-style "On March 7, US and German sources published two separate reports claiming that international investigators were able to track the sabotage attack that took place on September 26, 2022 by a "pro-Ukraine" group that operated from the yacht "Andromeda", a chartered yacht with a length of 15 meters, to immediately spark a lot of controversy. 80 meters, which requires special diving equipment that the private ship lacks. Moreover, the gang of vandals returned the yacht in poor condition, even leaving two fake passports on board, making the story even more mysterious." Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist Seymour Hersh stirred world opinion with his report on the Nord Stream pipeline bombing to become a fat substance in the face of Western governments that tried to evade the evidence of their journalistic presentation.The well-known American journalist, Seymour Hersh, published an investigative article on Wednesday, in which, citing an unnamed source, he blamed the US administration and Norwegian authorities for the bombings.He was not surprised that the UN Security Council did not adopt a resolution calling for an investigation into the investigation. led by the United Nations in the attack on the Nord Stream pipelines." The backbone of the International Commission of Inquiry into the Nord Stream explosions consisted of experts from Denmark, Sweden and Germany, countries whose territorial waters the gas pipeline crosses, at a time when Russia was not allowed to investigate the terrorist attack. A French journalist named Natasha Boulogne commented on the bombing: "Joe Biden officially stated long ago that in the event of a Russian invasion of Ukraine, Nord Stream 2 would cease to exist. Of course, they tried to explain to him that it is absolutely impossible to attack this line But he insisted, and now everyone there is trying to look like innocent lambs."
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Highlights: September 26 marks the first anniversary of the bombing of the Nord Stream gas pipeline. Russia requested a meeting of the UN Security Council on February 22 on new information on the explosions of the "Northern Stream" gas pipelines. China and several countries refused, earlier, to adopt a Russian draft resolution calling for the formation of an international committee to investigate the circumstances of the bombings. The backbone of the International Commission of Inquiry into the explosions consisted of experts from Denmark, Sweden and Germany, countries whose territorial waters the gas pipeline crosses.
Today, September 26, marks the first anniversary of the bombing of the Nord Stream gas pipeline, which targeted the two gas pipelines supplied by Russia, the European continent.