Russia Publishes Correspondence with Germany, Denmark and Sweden on Nord Stream Bombing

First Deputy Representative of Russia to the UN Dmitry Polyansky said that Russia would soon publish in the UN Security Council correspondence with Germany, Denmark and Sweden on the investigation of the sabotage at the Nord Stream.

“These countries are denying us any access to information, they are denying us any participation, even though we are one of the interested parties,” Polyansky said in an interview on Thursday. “We must participate in this investigation. But these countries we just write letters, and they say: We do what we do, and you have to mind your own business.

And the Russian diplomat continued: “For the sake of transparency, we will soon publish these correspondence and send them to the members of the UN Security Council.”

Source: TASS

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