China News Service, September 29. According to a report by the Russian Satellite Network on the 28th, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Zakharova said that US President Biden is "obliged" to answer whether the United States has implemented the threat to "end the North Stream" and that Washington Whether involved in the latest incident in the natural gas pipeline.

  Earlier on the 28th, Kremlin spokesman Peskov also said that the United States opposed the pipelines and that American LNG suppliers could make "huge profits" because their supply to Europe "has increased several times".

  On the same day, the General Prosecutor's Office of the Russian Federation stated that it had filed a criminal case for "international terrorism" suspected of sabotaging the "North Stream" natural gas pipeline, and the Russian Federal Security Service launched a preliminary investigation accordingly.

  AFP reported that U.S. officials commented that it was "ridiculous" to question whether the U.S. caused the leak.

U.S. National Security Adviser Sullivan also said he had spoken with the Danish foreign minister about the Nord Stream-1 and Nord Stream-2 gas pipeline leaks, which he called "obvious sabotage."

"The United States supports the investigation and we will continue to work to preserve Europe's energy security."

  Earlier, U.S. Secretary of State Blinken said that preliminary reports indicated that the North Stream gas pipeline leak may be the result of an attack or some kind of damage, "but these are preliminary reports, we have not confirmed, but if confirmed, then obviously It's not good for anyone."

  The Swedish measuring station detected two strong underwater explosions on the 26th in the waters where the "Nord Stream-1" and "North Stream-2" natural gas pipelines leaked.

The Danish Energy Agency confirmed on the 27th that a leak was found in the "Nord Stream-2" pipeline in the waters near Denmark on the 26th, and then two leak points were found in the "Nord Stream-1" pipeline, located in the waters near Denmark and Sweden.