German MPs Want Answers About Nord Stream

Source: In These Times
by Jeffrey Brodsky

“On Sept. 26, 2022, aerial images showing gas welling up to the surface of the Baltic Sea above the Nord Stream pipelines — the two 1,200-kilometer offshore pipelines connecting Russian natural gas reserves to the European Union — were circulated around the globe. Initial investigations revealed the leaks were likely caused by explosions. Sweden, Denmark and Germany all launched investigations, but with the exception of an early Swedish assessment that the explosions were probably caused by ​’gross sabotage,’ none of their findings have been released to date. On February 21, as the U.N. Security Council met to discuss the attack, the three countries submitted a joint letter to the United Nations saying their separate investigations ​’have not yet been concluded’ and ‘it is not possible to say when they will be concluded.'” (03/06/23)