The Kremlin regrets the UN Security Council’s refusal to put in place a resolution to create a commission to investigate the terrorist attack on the Nord Stream gas pipeline branches. This was stated by the press secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov, noting that all parties should be interested in identifying the clients and perpetrators of the terrorist attack.
“We believe that everyone should be interested in an objective investigation involving all interested parties, all those who can shed light on the customers and the perpetrators of this terrorist act. We consider this extremely important. We regret that our initiative was not adopted,” Peskov told reporters.
The Kremlin spokesman added that Russia would continue to take steps to prevent the subject of gas pipeline sabotage from being silenced.
Earlier, Peskov said that Russia’s compensation claims for the terrorist attack were absolutely justified. He noted that the sabotage could not have been committed without the participation of the special services of any country.
Kremlin expresses regret over UN Security Council’s rejection of Nord Stream resolution