According to him, if this precedent goes unpunished, then in the future it may lead to similar situations.
"In response to our calls to investigate this act of sabotage as quickly as possible, as it appears in Western terminology ... We do not receive any convincing answers - reasoned, substantive - . Our calls for cooperation in the investigation are rejected," the head of the diplomatic mission said.
According to him, in the West, they "sweep under the carpet" the investigations of journalist Seymour Hersh and spread "fables" and "implausible stories", which "are most likely aimed at leading the investigation to a dead end or, as they say, into a foggy distance."
Earlier, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said that the West "did not lift a finger" to investigate the terrorist attacks on the Nord Streams.
On September 7, Dmitry Polyansky, First Deputy Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation to the UN, said that the Russian side had made an official request to hold an open meeting of the UN Security Council on September 26 on the anniversary of the Nord Stream explosion.
The newspaper Der Spiegel, citing sources, reported that the German authorities did not take any additional measures to protect the Nord Stream and Nord Stream 2 gas pipelines, despite intelligence warnings about possible sabotage on the pipelines.