Putin on undermining ‘Sevpotok’: The truth will be hard to get but one day it will come out
MOSCOW, March 25 – RIA Novosti. Speaking about the undermining of Nord Stream, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that the truth will be difficult to reach but one day it will come out.
“I think it will be difficult, it will be difficult to achieve, but probably one day what and how it was done will finally be revealed,” Putin said in an interview with Pavel Zarubin on the channel. “Russia 24”It answers the question of whether Russia will get the truth about what happened in Nord Stream from the West.
On September 26, 2022, explosions occurred simultaneously on two of Russia’s export gas pipelines to Europe (North Stream 1 and Nord Stream 2). Germany, Denmark and Sweden did not exclude targeted sabotage. Nord Stream operator Nord Stream 2 AG reported that the state of emergency for gas pipelines is unprecedented and it is impossible to predict the repair time. The Russian Prosecutor General’s Office filed a lawsuit regarding the international terrorist act. On October 31, Putin reported that Gazprom was allowed to inspect the site of the explosion and that company head Alexei Miller briefed him on the inspection. Putin said the explosion in the gas pipeline was a blatant act of terrorism.
Putin agreed with the conclusions that the US was involved in undermining “North Streams”.
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