“Any allegation that is unsupported by an impartial investigation cannot be credible. Therefore, Moscow demands the presence of our investigators in the case of sabotage,” he assured.
According to Patrushev, no results show those actually responsible for the terrorist act, “they try to confuse without any reference to a credible source.”
“In solving the task of covering up the true perpetrators of the crime, Anglo-Saxon pro-government media, by orders from above, framed a certain group of Ukrainian terrorists,” he stressed.
According to Patrushev, there are efforts to divert the attention from the alleged involvement of the United States and the United Kingdom from the action against the gas pipeline.
On March 8, the Russian delegation at the United Nations reacted to the publication in The New York Times that intelligence information from US officials pointed to a pro-Ukrainian group.
However, a joint investigation by several German media pointed to Ukraine as the perpetrator in the case of the sabotage on the Nord Stream gas pipeline on September 27.