Denmark, Germany and Sweden have established cooperation in the framework of the investigations carried out by the countries of explosions on the Nord Stream and Nord Stream 2 gas pipelines. This was reported by the German newspaper Welt am Sonntagwithout giving details of the investigation.
According to the publication, at first, these three countries wanted to investigate the explosions as part of a joint investigation team, but this did not happen, because first Sweden and then Denmark withdrew from this group. The newspaper writes that “the reason was a concern for secrecy.” “Cooperation with these countries is much better now,” the German investigators said.
Russia, within the framework of the UN Security Council, called for a joint investigation into the explosions at Nord Stream, but its resolution was not adopted. The document was prepared after the material of the American journalist Seymour Hersh, who, citing a source, claimed that the United States was involved in the explosions in September 2022. Western media wrote that a pro-Ukrainian group could be involved in the explosions. Mr. Hersh assured that Washington prepared this “false version” of the state of emergency for the media.
Read about the investigation of the explosions in the publication “Kommersant” “Versions diverge in streams.”