Swedish investigators announced Friday the conclusion of their formal investigation into the Nord Stream pipeline blasts in September.
Unsurprisingly, the investigation concluded that the natural gas leaks were the result of “gross sabotage.”
Without naming a culprit, the Swedish report stated that the initial stage of the inquiry uncovered evidence of “foreign objects” and “traces of explosives” placed on the pipelines.
Sweden's Nord Stream leak investigation so far has not named definitive suspects
But Sweden's assessment corroborates Denmark's assessment that explosions caused the pipeline leak
— Samuel Ramani (@SamRamani2) November 18, 2022
A Swedish investigation into ruptures at the Nord Stream 1 and 2 gas pipelines has concluded that the cause was “grievous sabotage” .
“The analysis showed residue of explosives on several of the foreign objects that…