An undersea explosion near the Danish island of Bornholm where gas from the Nord Stream pipeline began to leak in a Planet Labs PBC satellite image on September 27, 2022.
Washington – New intelligence available to US officials suggests that a pro-Ukraine group was behind last year's attack on the Nord Stream gas pipeline. However, there is no evidence that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyi, his military commanders, or that the group was acting on the instructions of Ukrainian government officials were involved in or aware of the operation. Citing its sources, the American newspaper The New York Times (NYT) wrote this today.
Three of the total four pipelines on the bottom of the Baltic Sea last September were disrupted by as yet unexplained explosions, one pipeline of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline remained intact.