Stockholm, Sweden – Swedish authorities announced the end of the investigation into the Nord Stream pipeline explosions and will be handing over evidence to Germany. The probe was closed after investigators concluded that they did not have jurisdiction over the case.
The explosions along the Nord Stream pipeline, which delivers natural gas from Russia to Germany, occurred in 2020. While Sweden has ceased its inquiry, it is handing over crucial evidence to German authorities for further investigation.
The decision to close the probe into the pipeline explosions comes after Swedish authorities determined that they lacked the jurisdiction to pursue the case. This announcement marks the conclusion of the investigation into the mysterious explosions that occurred on the Nord Stream pipeline.
The explosions along the pipeline raised concerns about the safety and security of the Nord Stream infrastructure, sparking worries about potential sabotage incidents. The handover of evidence to Germany signifies the shift of responsibility for further investigation and potential legal action regarding the pipeline explosions.
The closure of the probe by Swedish authorities underscores the need for international cooperation in addressing incidents that transcend national borders. The investigation’s conclusion also highlights the collaborative efforts between Sweden and Germany in pursuing justice and ensuring the safety and security of the Nord Stream pipeline.
The decision to hand over evidence to Germany indicates a commitment to holding those responsible for the pipeline explosions accountable, as both countries work together to address the implications and consequences of the sabotage incidents.