This is stated in the comment of the official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova on the website of the Russian Foreign Ministry.
"We proceed from the fact that only a comprehensive and open international investigation with the mandatory participation of Russian representatives is able to provide the public with reliable and objective data on the causes, perpetrators and customers of sabotage," Zakharova said.
Earlier, Danish Foreign Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen said that Copenhagen would not allow Moscow to participate in the investigation of sabotage on Nord Streams.
Presidential Aide for International Affairs Yuri Ushakov called Denmark's position on Russia's proposal for a joint investigation at Nord Streams unconstructive.
The Russian Foreign Ministry noted that despite Denmark's refusal to jointly investigate sabotage on Nord Streams, Russia will continue to seek answers.