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Damage to Russia-Germany gas pipelines was ‘sabotage’, as EU warns of retaliation

Analysis: Pipeline attack means that the Ukrainian war is now ‘going to the Baltic’

Professor Michael Clarke, a security- and defense analyst, stated that the Baltic Sea Nord Stream gas pipeline leaks were caused by three explosions close to the seabed.

He said it was “clearly an act de sabotage” as you would need a submarine in order to create such chaos underwater.

This is not a casual terrorist act. It must be a government. Russia is the only country that could benefit from this, and in a unique way. None of the European governments would like to do it.


After Denmark claimed that “deliberate actions” were responsible for the leakage of the pipelines which run beneath the Baltic Sea, from Russia to Germany, his comments are now being made.

Professor Clarke stated, “Privately everyone is convinced that this is a Kremlin inspired piece of sabotage.”

“This is a strategic goal, because it increases the isolation that there won’t be any Russian gas for Europe this Winter, but it actually destroys Russia’s credibility with European customers for at least the next two generations.”

Professor Clarke was asked why they did it. He said that the Russians were trying to create insecurity so that there might be more of this.

It opens up a new front for the war. This means that the Ukrainian war will now be in the Baltic.


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