Monday, April 22, 2024

Denmark closes investigation into Nord Stream explosions – POLITICO

Denmark on Monday mentioned it was closing its investigation into the blasts on the Nord Stream pipelines transporting gasoline from Russia to Germany in 2022.

“Based mostly on the investigation, the authorities can conclude that there was deliberate sabotage of the gasoline pipelines. On the similar time, it’s assessed that there isn’t any crucial foundation for pursuing prison proceedings in Denmark,” Danish every day newspaper Politiken reported, citing the Copenhagen police.

Earlier this month, Sweden introduced it was ending its investigation into the mysterious explosions that blew up the undersea pipelines after concluding that the nation’s courts shouldn’t have jurisdiction over the case.

A number of nations have been publicly blamed for the explosions, with various levels of proof. Ukraine has mentioned Russia was behind the bombing, and Poland has additionally hinted that Moscow was accountable, which the Kremlin has denied.

Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov referred to as the truth that Denmark has suspended the investigation into the Nord Stream pipelines explosions “near absurd”, in response to the Russian state run information company RIA Novosti.



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