Russia (bbabo.net), - The State Duma adopted today, February 16, an appeal to the UN with a proposal to immediately conduct an international investigation into the crime committed by the United States on September 26, 2022 in the Baltic Sea, where three branches of the Nord Stream gas pipelines were blown up and Nord Stream 2.
The document was prepared on behalf of the Speaker of the Parliament Vyacheslav Volodin.
“The administration of Joe Biden, who issued the illegal order, bears full responsibility both for causing multi-billion dollar damage to the owners of the most important energy infrastructure for the Eurasian continent in Russia, Germany, France and the Netherlands, and for the long-term detrimental effect of this attack on the economic development of the countries of the region as a whole, as well as for catastrophic environmental damage,” the document says.
As the deputies pointed out in their address, the cynical desire for geopolitical hegemony in the world and economic advantage due to the physical elimination of natural competitors, mixed with cave-in Russophobia and complete disregard for international law, “puts US leaders on a par with ruthless terrorists and war criminals.”
“Deputies of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation are appealing to the United Nations Security Council with a proposal to initiate an investigation into this act of international terrorism, give a legal assessment of this monstrous sabotage and bring to justice those who ordered and perpetrators of this crime, which endangered the security of Eurasia,” the statement emphasizes. document.
Recall that on February 8, American journalist Seymour Hersh published information about the involvement of the US military in the attack on three branches of the Nord Stream and Nord Stream 2 gas pipelines in the Baltic Sea.
The State Duma previously noted that the Biden administration, which issued the unlawful order, bears full responsibility both for causing multi-billion dollar damage to the owners of Russia, Germany, France and the Netherlands, the most important energy infrastructure for the Eurasian continent, and for the long-term detrimental effect of this attack on the economic development of the countries of the region in in general, as well as for catastrophic environmental damage.