Sweden Won’t Share Nord Stream Investigation Findings With Germany
Evidence from the seabed won't be shared
Machine translated from German.
Unlike planned, Sweden , Denmark and Germany will not form a joint investigation team to investigate the leaks at the Nord Stream pipelines. According to SPIEGEL information, Sweden has rejected the establishment of an international Joint Investigation Team (JIT). According to information from security circles, Sweden is said to have justified the refusal by saying that the security classification of its investigation results was too high to share them with other countries.
Shortly after the sabotage operation at the end of September, the federal government decided that German investigators should take part in the investigation. Federal police and army sent two military boats to one of the damaged areas last week. A »Sea Cat« underwater drone was launched there. Sweden had previously inspected the crime scene south-east of the Baltic Sea island and also secured evidence on the seabed.