“It’s done”. This is the text of the text message that, according to Russia, the former British Prime Minister Liz Truss would have sent to the US Secretary of State Antony Blinken immediately after the explosion of the Nord Stream gas pipeline.
“It’s done”. This is the text of the SMS that, according to Russia, the former British Prime Minister Liz Truss would have sent to the US Secretary of State Antony Blinken immediately after the explosion of the Nord Stream gas pipeline on 26 September.
According to Ria Novosti, the alleged content of Truss’s message to the number one in American diplomacy was revealed by the German IT entrepreneur with Finnish citizenship Kim Dotcom, accused of fraud by the FBI and currently residing in New Zealand. “Impossible not to pay attention to the text message that the then British Prime Minister Liz Truss, a minute after the explosion of the pipelines, sent to the US Secretary of State Antony Blinken reporting that ‘it’s all done'”, said the secretary of the Russian Security Council Nikolai Patrushev at a meeting of the secretaries of the Security Councils of the CIS countries.
The SMS, according to Dotcom would prove the involvement of the British Navy in the attack on Nord Stream. From the beginning, Moscow had pointed the finger at the West by rejecting the sender’s accusations of sabotaging the infrastructure.
Dotcom, whose real name is Kim Schmitz, is a German-Finnish computer scientist who formerly ran the Megaupload site, which allowed movies to be viewed illegally. Convicted in 1998 for a scam based on the sale of stolen phone card numbers, he was also arrested in 2012 for criminal association for his hacking activity.
According to London, his revelations about Liz Truss’s text message would be unfounded and in any case would not be enough to prove the involvement of the British Navy in the sabotage of the Nord Stream. Even Maria Zakharova, a spokeswoman for the Kremlin, appeared rather cautious. When asked about the case, she was content to ask the question: “Did Liz Truss send that message?.”