Russia supported an article published by an American investigative journalist on Thursday accusing the United States of being behind the sabotage of gas pipelines North Stream 1 and 2 in September.
In an article published on his own blog, the American journalist Seymour hersh claims, based on a single anonymous source, that US Navy divers, with Norwegian assistance, they placed explosives in June in these gas pipelines that link Russia with Germany through the Baltic Sea and that three months later blew them up.
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The United States categorically rejected the article, calling the information "pure fiction" and Norway also denied any involvement.
“Some things (in this post) are debatable, others need to be proven, but the article is notable for its insightful analysis and harmonious presentation"of the facts, the Kremlin spokesman told the press, Dmitry Peskov.
According to Peskov, the article in hersh shows "once again the need for a transparent international investigation into this unprecedented attack."
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Investigations by the Swedish, Danish and German authorities have not yet made it possible to determine who is responsible.
In his article, hersh he claims that US President Joe Biden himself decided to blow up those pipelines in order to deprive Moscow of the huge revenue from its gas sales to Europe.
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hersh, 85, is one of the most famous investigative reporters in the United States. He revealed the massacre committed by the US military in the village of My Lai during the Vietnam War.
But other journalists accuse him of propagating conspiracy theories.