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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - Sweden, Denmark and Germany launched separate investigations into the Nord Stream blasts, each tightly controlling information. The Danish and German probes are still ongoing. — AFP pic
STOCKHOLM, Feb 7 — Swedish prosecutors said today they would drop further investigation into explosions on the Nord Stream 1 and 2 gas pipelines, confirming earlier media reports.
“The conclusion of the investigation is that Swedish jurisdiction does not apply and that the investigation therefore should be closed,” the Swedish Prosecution Authority said in a statement.
The multi-billion dollar Nord Stream pipelines transporting Russian gas to Germany under the Baltic Sea were ruptured by a series of blasts in Swedish and Danish waters in September 2022, releasing vast amounts of methane into the air.
Danish police have said the pipelines were hit by powerful explosions and Swedish investigators in have confirmed that traces of explosives found on site conclusively showed that sabotage had taken place.
Sweden, Denmark and Germany launched separate investigations into the Nord Stream blasts, each tightly controlling information. The Danish and German probes are still ongoing.
If no conclusive evidence is found by either of the remaining investigations, the mystery behind one of the most audacious acts of infrastructure sabotage in modern history could remain unsolved. — Reuters
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