Russia: “Nord Stream” can be repaired

Russia: Circumstantial evidence of sabotage points to the Western trail

Nord Stream 1 and Nord Stream 2 can technically be repaired, but it will take a lot of time and money, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Novak said on the program “Moscow. Kremlin. Putin”.

First of all, Russia intends to clarify who is to blame for the sabotage of the pipelines, as far as the US, Ukraine, and Poland have an interest in this, he pointed out.

“Such incidents have never happened before. Of course, there are technical possibilities to restore the infrastructure, but it requires time and appropriate funds. I am sure that suitable opportunities will be found,” he said.

“To date, first of all, it is necessary to find out who did it, and we are sure that some countries that expressed their position earlier are interested in this. Then both the United States and Ukraine and Poland said that ” they’re going to do anything to make that infrastructure not work,’ so of course, that has to be taken seriously,” Novak added.

Russia continues to gather facts about sabotage against the Nord Stream gas pipelines, but circumstantial evidence points to a Western trail, announced Sergei Naryshkin, director of Russia’s Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR), in an interview with the same program.

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