The Russian Foreign Ministry will continue to seek answers to questions posed earlier, despite Denmark’s refusal to jointly investigate the Nord Stream sabotage. This is confirmed by a widespread comment by the official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova.
“Despite the Danish side’s refusal to jointly investigate the sabotage, the Russian Foreign Ministry will continue to seek answers to the questions posed earlier in Copenhagen. ‘Sweeping under the rug’ this question will not succeed,” he said. Zakharova.
The comment by the official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry also indicates that Denmark, zealously defending the interests of the United States in Europe, was initially not interested in conducting an investigation that could shed light on the real perpetrators and customers. terrorist attacks.
“The indistinct reaction of the Danish side to the information transmitted to it concerning the discovery by Nord Stream 2 AG of an object in the area of the welded joint during the investigation of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in February is another confirmation of this,” the diplomat stressed.
Earlier, the head of the Danish Foreign Ministry, Lars Løkke Rasmussen, said Copenhagen did not allow Russia to investigate the Nord Stream sabotage.
Later, the Russian Foreign Ministry responded to Denmark’s refusal to have access to the Nord Stream investigation.
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