Moscow accuses London: “It directed attacks in Crimea and Nord Stream, it will not go unpunished”
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Moscow accuses London: “It directed attacks in Crimea and Nord Stream, it will not go unpunished”

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Russian special services have information showing that “British military advisers” directed and coordinated the attack on the Russian fleet in the Black Sea, as well as the sabotage of the Nord Stream.

Tension is rising not only between Russia and Ukraine, with bombings continuing on many cities, including Kramatorsk and Mykolaiv. Moscow, in fact, today also took it out on Great Britain, guilty, according to Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov, of having coordinated the attacks on the Russian fleet in Crimea and on the Nord Stream gas pipeline, which occurred in recent weeks.

Quoted by the Interfax agency, Peskov explained that the Russian special services have information showing how “British military advisers” directed and coordinated the attack on the Russian fleet in the Black Sea, as well as the sabotages of the Nord Stream.

The spokesman for the Russian presidency then stated that “he expects European countries to analyze information from Russia on London’s role in the terrorist attack on the Nord Stream gas pipelines. Certain actions cannot pass like this. We will obviously think of further steps”.

Meanwhile, Pope Francis has once again thought about trying to calm the waters. “West and East come together for the sake of human coexistence and for the peace that our times are in dire and urgent need,” he said at the end of the Angelus in St. Peter’s Square, recalling his upcoming trip to Bahrain, adding that “peace is not achieved by conquering or defeating someone, it is never violent, it is never armed. It sprouts from the soil of life, from the seed of our heart; it grows in silence, day after day, through works of justice and mercy, as the luminous witnesses we celebrate today show us “.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan also continues his mediation work. According to Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu, as reported by TRT, Erdogan will discuss with his counterparts from Russia and Ukraine, Vladimir Putin and Volodymyr Zelensky, the agreement for the export of grain from Ukrainian ports that Moscow has abandoned in recent days.