American journalist Seymour Hersh is not surprised that the UN Security Council did not adopt Russia’s resolution on the creation of an international commission to investigate the explosions of the Nord Stream and Nord gas pipelines Stream 2.
He commented on the results of the vote that took place in the Security Council in New York.
“Certainly. Why do they need it? What else did you expect from them? If it were otherwise, it would be news. It turned out to be interesting with Brazil,” Hersh said as quoted by RIA Novosti.
Earlier it was reported that Brazil’s permanent representative to the UN called for the creation of an international commission on Nord Stream. Ronaldo Costa Filho noted that Brazil’s position in favor of the creation of this commission should not be seen as a criticism of the ongoing investigations by Germany, Sweden and Denmark.
Hersh says he’s not surprised by the UNSC’s vote on the Nord Stream resolution
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