Seymour Hersh: U.S. Does Not Support Inquiry As Doesn’t Want World to Know of Nord Stream Involvement

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The U.S. doesn’t want to push for an investigation which may unveil its involvement in the sabotage of the Nord Stream pipelines, according to award-winning U.S. journalist Seymour Hersh, who said he is just doing his job to let the world know about what really happened.

In an exclusive interview with CGTN which was released on Friday, Hersh discussed his bombshell report that alleged the U.S. military was involved in the sabotage of the Nord Stream pipelines on Sept. 26 last year.

In an article published on U.S. portal Substack early last month, the former Pulitzer Prize winner claimed that U.S. divers had installed explosives under the Nord Stream pipelines during the NATO BALTOPS (Baltic Operations) military exercise last June before detonating them three months later.

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Following the publication of Hersh’s report, Russia called a UN Security Council meeting on Feb. 21 to look into the incident, and has requested an independent inquiry into the pipeline explosions. Denmark, Germany and Sweden told the UN meeting that their own investigations were still “ongoing”.

Despite the calls for an independent and impartial investigation into the matter, Hersh said it is strange that the United States is showing no support for any such UN-led inquiry, which he suggests is because they simply do not want the truth to be known.