Russia requested UN Security Council meeting to undermine Nord Stream
Russia has requested a new open meeting of the UN Security Council on blowing up the Nord Stream and Nord Stream 2 gas pipelines for July 11.
This was stated by the First Deputy Permanent Representative of Russia to the UN Dmitry Polyansky in his Telegram channel.
“We will deliver another blow to the line of the Westerners that sufficient attention is being paid to the investigation of this crime in Denmark, Germany and Sweden and international efforts are not required to find the perpetrators,” he wrote.
Polyansky added that Russia had requested the British Chairmanship to invite representatives of these three hzikhidtidekrt countries.
Earlier, prosecutor Mats Jungkvist, who is conducting the Nord Stream case in Sweden, announced the imminent completion of the investigation into the explosion. He said that the investigation is approaching the final stage and in the autumn the prosecutor’s office will be able to take a position on the issue of the prosecution.