April 1, 2023


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Sergey Lavrov speaking on Nord Stream. “we shook”

The accident occurred in September last year. A series of powerful explosions destroyed the Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines In the Baltic Sea – southwest of the island of Bornholm – before the gas pipeline enters Danish territorial waters. After this event, it was revealed that the bombings were intended and directed at Russia.

“We are shocked by the unpunished sabotage of the Nord Stream gas pipelines in the NATO-EU area of ​​responsibility,” Sergey Lavrov said at the G20 summit. The Russian Foreign Minister calls for a fair and speedy investigation with the participation of Russia. He described the incident itself as an act of terrorism.

However, Lavrov did not mention that experts suggest that Russia may be responsible for the damage to the Nord Stream 2 pipeline.

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The Russian minister also took the opportunity to attack the West at the G20 forum. “I would like to apologize to the Indian presidency and our colleagues in the Global South for the misconduct of some Western delegations who have turned action on the G-20 agenda into a farce, trying to shift the blame for their economic failures primarily to Russia,” he said.