Germany notified Ukraine about the problem after the incident at Sevpotok

MOSCOW, 4 Oct — PRIME. Incidents at the Nord Stream could break the resolve of Europeans to support Ukraine, Matthias Quent, professor of sociology at the University of Applied Sciences in Magdeburg, said in an interview with the New York Times.

“In some parts of society, there is already an opinion that we are sacrificing our well-being for military operations. People blame the sanctions (against Russia. — Approx. ed.) for rising energy prices. Even solidarity with Ukrainian refugees looks less firm,” Quent said. .

He stressed that Germany is extremely concerned about the state of emergency at Nord Stream, and this may even lead to “cracks” in matters of support for Kyiv.

The publication says that high energy prices and sanctions against Russia have caused a rapid increase in protests across Europe.

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Peskov spoke about the beneficiaries of the state of emergency with Nord Stream

The emergency at Nord Stream occurred on Monday, September 26. Germany, Denmark and Sweden do not rule out targeted sabotage. The Russian side officially requested information about the emergency from Denmark as soon as the incident became known. The Danish authorities notified Russia of the explosions at the site of the gas leak. The Nord Stream operator Nord Stream AG reported that the state of emergency was unprecedented and it was impossible to estimate the repair time.

The Prosecutor General’s Office of Russia initiated the initiation of a case on an act of international terrorism after the damage to the Nord Stream gas pipelines.

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