Commodities

Stocksak: Sweden to continue investigating Nord Stream pipeline damage


© Stocksak. FILE PHOTO – The pipelines at the landfall stations of the Nord Stream 1’ natural gas pipeline are pictured here in Lubmin, Germany, on March 8, 2022. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke//File Photo

OSLO (Stocksak), – Sweden has ordered additional investigations into the damage done to the Nord Stream pipelines last month, according to the statement by the prosecutor in charge.

Both Sweden and Denmark concluded that the four leaks in Nord Stream 1 & 2 were caused explosions but they have not yet identified the culprits. It was a sabotage act according to world leaders.

Mats Ljungqvist, lead prosecutor, stated that he and the security police have decided to conduct additional investigations at the crime scene.

He said, “The Armed Forces have on request decided to assist with the investigation.”

News Source and Credit

Stocksak Editorial

We are a financial blog that covers topics such as investing, saving, spending, and earning more money. Please feel free to peruse our site and read any of the articles that catch your interest.

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Back to top button