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NATO Claims Nord Stream Leak Is the Result of a Deliberate Act of Sabotage

NATO Claims , Nord Stream Leak Is the Result of , a Deliberate Act of Sabotage. On September 29, NATO suggested that damage to the Nord Stream pipelines was the result of sabotage. On September 29, NATO suggested that damage to the Nord Stream pipelines was the result of sabotage. 'Newsweek' reports that the alliance said it would retaliate for any attack on critical infrastructure of its member countries and would-be member Sweden. Any deliberate attack against Allies' critical infrastructure would be met with a united and determined response. , NATO ambassadors, via 'Newsweek'. According to NATO, , "all currently available information indicates that this is the result of deliberate, reckless, and irresponsible acts of sabotage. These leaks are causing risks to shipping and substantial environmental damage.". The Nord Stream pipelines transport gas from Russia through the Baltic Sea to Germany. Both the Danish and Swedish governments have echoed that the leaks off their shores were the result of "deliberate actions.". Both the Danish and Swedish governments have echoed that the leaks off their shores were the result of "deliberate actions.". Prior to the leaks being discovered, multiple explosions were recorded. . On September 26, explosions were detected by seismic stations in Denmark, Norway and Finland. The second explosion registered as the equivalent of a magnitude 2.3 earthquake. According to 'Newsweek,' some European officials and energy experts have cautioned against assigning blame until an investigation can be conducted
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