The Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation has launched an investigation into international terrorism after the damage to the Nord Stream gas pipelines. On Friday the meeting of the UN Security Council.
The Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation has launched an investigation into international terrorism after the damage to the Nord Stream gas pipelines. This was reported by the Russian agencies Ria Novosti and Interfax.
Meanwhile, the German media speak of irreversible damage. The security services in Germany – according to Tagesspiegel – believe that the three pipes of the Nord Stream 1 and 2 gas pipelines could also “be unusable forever”. According to government sources cited by the newspaper, if they are not repaired immediately, the salt water can corrode the material they are made of.
On Friday, the UN Security Council is expected to meet on the incidents involving the pipelines. This was reported by the local newspaper Aftonbaldet.
The gas leaks affecting the pipelines and international tension are growing more and more while the hypothesis that the damage was voluntary is being discussed. “It is stupid and absurd” to blame Moscow for the gas leaks, so the Kremlin after allegations of sabotage.
“American President Joe Biden must clarify whether the US is behind the incidents that took place in Nord Stream”, said the spokeswoman for the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova, quoted by Tass. “Ridiculous” to suggest that the US could be responsible for the Nord Stream incidents, a senior White House executive replied.
The President of the European Council Charles Michel also intervened: