Russia shares Nord Stream communications with UN – top diplomat
Germany, Denmark and Sweden have allegedly failed to keep Moscow informed about their investigations
Russia has released its communications with Denmark, Sweden and Germany regarding the Nord Stream sabotage to members of the UN Security Council, a senior diplomat has said.
“Those documents allow our colleagues at the UN to confirm that the claims by these nations that they were informing us about their investigations are not true,” Dmitry Polyansky, the deputy head of the Russian mission to the UN, explained on Tuesday.
He announced Russia’s intention to share the messages with the Security Council last week, as Moscow pushes for…