Sweden is unwilling to share the results of the Nord Stream investigation

Sweden rejected the idea of ​​sharing its findings from
investigation of the Nord Stream 1 and 2 gas incidents
pipelines with Germany and Denmark, citing their high security
classification level, Der Spiegel reported on Friday, citing
sources, Trend
reports, citing TASS.

The weekly said Sweden refused to create
international joint incident investigation team
along the Nord Stream system. According to the magazine, Sweden
justified its refusal with claims of “the level of confidentiality of
the results of his investigation were too high to share with others

However, as Der Spiegel points out, Sweden initially did not
comment on the issue. Speaking of Sweden’s refusal, Berlin
said he still hopes for cooperation with local authorities.
First of all, German investigators must evaluate the images of
The German military’s Sea Cat underwater drone, which reportedly displays a
a larger crater, indicating a powerful explosion.

In addition, most of the pipeline was broken and the current
it may have washed away some parts of the pipe after the accident.
The weekly writes that the German authorities consider after
conducting an initial analysis that is equivalent to an explosive device
up to 500 kilograms of TNT may have been used in the blast.

Earlier in the day, the German television channel ARD reported
citing German government sources that Germany, Sweden and
Denmark has abandoned plans for a joint investigation into the sabotage in
Nord Stream pipelines and will instead do so separately. German
The interior ministry spokesman told reporters that the German
The federal police have closed their investigation into

Public media WDR and NDR reported that the German
The federal police, along with the German navy, launched an investigation
sabotage of the Nord Stream 1 and 2 gas pipelines on October 7
the same day two German ships sailed for the Danish island
of Bornholm, carrying divers to document the damage to

Four leaks were discovered on the Nord Stream gas connection, with
the latest discovered by the Swedish Coast Guard. Earlier,
The company Nord Stream AG announced that three strands of Nord
The Potok 1 and 2 offshore gas pipelines suffered unprecedented damage
damage on September 26. Swedish seismologists later revealed this
two explosions were recorded along the Nord Stream pipelines.
September 26. After that, investigators of Russia’s FSB opened up
criminal case for an act of international terrorism in connection
with the explosions.

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