New information reviewed by US officials suggests that a pro-Ukrainian group responsible for the attacks on the Nord Stream gas pipelines, argues the New York Times in today’s publication.

There is no evidence that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky or their top associates were involved in the case, nor that the perpetrators were acting on the orders of Ukrainian government officials, the newspaper added, citing US officials.

Reuters was unable to independently verify the report and US officials were unavailable for comment. There is also no reaction from Kiev and Moscow.

The US and NATO called the attacks on the pipelines “sabotage” last September. Russia blamed the West and asked the United Nations Security Council to launch an independent investigation. Neither side presented evidence.

According to the American newspaper, information suggests that those who carried out the attacks oppose Russian President Vladimir Putin. The report does not, however, give specific information about the members of the group, who gave the orders and who paid for the operation, the newspaper writes. “US officials have declined to disclose the type of information, how it was obtained or any detail about how strong the evidence is. They said there are no firm conclusions,” the paper concludes.