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Warsaw fears sabotage of Nord Stream on same day Baltic Pipe opened was no coincidence.
Social media loves a good conspiracy theory, but it has gone off the Richter scale speculating on who was behind the take-down of the four Nord Stream gas pipelines, two of which sprang leaks on Sunday night as we reported yesterday morning.
Agreement marks regime’s first international economic deal. Moscow eyes economic corridor through Central Asia and Afghanistan to South Asia.
Turkmenistan has traditionally fostered its closest security relationship with Russia. But it has found room to develop military ties with the US and China. Eurasianet’s weekly briefing.
Explosions were registered by seismologists in Sweden over the last 36 hours, according to the country’s national broadcaster SVT, in the same areas where gas leaks were reported to have occurred at the Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines yesterday, stokin
Natural gas leaks have now been reported at both Russia’s Nord Stream 1 and Nord Stream 2 pipelines, and while the reasons are unclear, the fact that both pipelines suffered leaks on the same day has prompted speculation of sabotage.
Pressure fell in both branches of the Nord Stream gas pipeline from the giant Russian Yamal Arctic gas fields to Germany during the evening of September 26, reportedly due to a leak.
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Liz Truss discussed further support for Ukraine with Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmyhal, Ukraine Business News reported on September 22.
The export of electricity has been highlighted as one of the major potential sources of income for Ukraine post-war, Ukraine Business News reported on September 22.
Ukraine has lost a significant chunk of revenue from the depletion of Russian gas transits through the country caused by Moscow’s invasion, Ukraine Business News reported on September 20.