Sweden’s investigation into the Nord Stream pipeline explosion has concluded

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Sweden's investigation into the Nord Stream pipeline explosion has concluded

Sweden’s investigation into the explosion of the Nord Stream pipeline has concluded

Swedish prosecutors announced in a statement on Thursday, February 18, that further investigations into the explosions in the Nord Stream 1 and 2 gas pipelines will be halted. According to these officials, since Sweden does not have jurisdiction in the legal proceedings, the investigations will come to an end. The multi-billion-dollar Nord Stream gas pipelines, which transport Russian gas from the depths of the Baltic Sea to Germany, were destroyed in September 2022 due to chain explosions in Swedish and Danish waters, releasing significant amounts of methane.

Danish police and Swedish inspectors confirmed that based on the traces of explosive materials found at the scene, the operation was undoubtedly carried out by saboteurs.

Sweden, Denmark, and Germany have separately initiated investigations into the Nord Stream explosions, with the Danish and German investigations still ongoing.

No conclusive evidence has been found in any of the investigations to explain the details of this sabotage act.


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