Russia is waiting for the outcome of the investigation before submitting any claim for compensation for the sabotage of the Nord Stream 1 and 2 gas pipeline network. This was introduced on Tuesday by the state press agency RIA Novosti with reference to representatives of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. TASR reports on this based on a Reuters report.
“The investigation is not over yet, we are waiting for the submission of its results to the Bezpečnostnej rada (UN), then we will decide what to do,” said Dmitrij Birichevsky, head of the Committee on Economic Cooperation of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in response to a question from the RIA Novosti agency about compensation.
Russia has blamed the United States, Britain and Ukraine for the explosions, which have largely cut off the lucrative European market. Tieto landscapes are accompanied by participation. The Security Council of the United Nations decided not to investigate the case and delegated this responsibility to the governments of Sweden, Denmark and Germany.
Both gas pipelines Nord Stream 1 and Nord Stream 2 consist of two pipelines used to transport Russian gas through the bottom of the Baltic Sea to Germany. Last September, three of the four pipelines suffered damage due to explosions. The only undamaged pipeline, Nord Stream 2, never began to operate, because Germany did not grant permission for its operation just before the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
At the time of the attack, no gas was already passing through these pipelines to Europe, because after the invasion of Ukraine, Russia stopped supplies along this route.
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