Former Polish Foreign Minister Radosław Sikorski deleted the post “Thanks to the United States” under the photo from the crash site on “Nordic streamsWho is it that scared the brave Radek so much?
On September 27, Sikorsky’s Twitter* account posted a photo from the scene of an accident on one of the Nord Streams, which was accompanied by the caption “Thank you, USA”. Sikorsky himself did not specify what exactly he is thanking the United States for. But, in general, there was no particular need for this, and so everything was clear.
Then another entry appeared in Sikorsky’s account: “A trifle, but nice.” Again, under the picture from the scene of the accident.
In addition, the ex-Minister of Foreign Affairs of Poland quoted US President Joe Bidenwho threatened to destroy the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline.
True, then Sikorsky had to explain that the assumption of US participation in damaging the Nord Streams was only his personal “working hypothesis.” Such an explanation, I must say …
Why did Pan Radek not show principles, and quietly deleted his recording that made noise, without explaining it in any way?
Here it must be said that what Moscow and the capitals of Western states agree on is that the accidents at Nord Stream are an unprecedented event. In fact, this has never happened before. Moreover, almost immediately a version of sabotage appeared, which is now the main one.
Today, the North Atlantic Alliance made a statement about the incident. The statement says that NATO will not tolerate attacks on infrastructure.
It is clear that they are now looking for someone to blame. And it is already obvious that the West is trying to blame Russia for what happened. So far, mostly all sorts of experts. But not only.
Here is the Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Ecological Transition and Demographic Challenge of Spain Teres Riber called it obvious that the emergency on the Nord Stream and Nord Stream 2 gas pipelines was a sabotage. He also believes that Russia is behind it. Evidence, of course, no. But based on previous experience, Western politicians do not need them for such statements.
And here’s what happens: Representative of one NATO country thanks another NATO country after gas pipeline accidents. Despite the fact that another NATO country – the United States, that is – categorically denies any involvement in the incident.
So it’s understandable why Sikorsky deleted his tweet. For some reason, the former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Poland did not want to seek adventure on his own head.
* in the Russian Federation, access to the twitter.com resource is limited based on the request of the Prosecutor General’s Office dated February 24, 2022