Fourth leak at Nord Stream pipelines reported
Sweden's coastguard said on September 29 it had discovered a fourth leak along the Nord Stream pipelines, as Washington and Russia and the West trade accusations over who committed the suspected sabotage.
A second leak has been found in Swedish waters, the coastguard said on September 29. Another two are located in Danish waters.
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The EU said on September 28 that "all available information indicates those leaks are the result of a deliberate act," and called for an investigation. "Any deliberate disruption of European energy infrastructure is utterly unacceptable and will be met with a robust and united response."
Some European politicians have suggested Russia was behind the reported explosions that caused the leaks – accusations that the Kremlin has called "predictably stupid." Meanwhile Moscow has insinuated that Washington is to blame, given its longstanding opposition to the Nord Stream 2 pipeline. President Joe Biden "is obliged to answer the question of whether the US carried out its threat," Russian foreign ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said.
"We all know Russia has a long history of spreading disinformation and is doing it again here," Adrienne Watson, a spokeswoman for the US National Security Council, responded.
The UN Security Council will hold an emergency meeting to discuss the leaks on September 30.