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Chinese Foreign Ministry expresses hope for speedy progress in investigation of North Streams accident

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This was announced at a briefing by Mao Ning, spokesperson of the Foreign Ministry of China.

“China hopes for speedy progress in the relevant investigation so that the truth is revealed to the world as soon as possible and the perpetrators are brought to justice,” she was quoted by RIA News.

March 27 UNSC did not adopt Russia’s proposed resolution to investigate the explosions at Nord Streams.

Russian President Vladimir Putin earlier declares that he agrees with the conclusion that U.S. intelligence agencies were behind the attacks.

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