Sweden Withholds Results of Investigation of Nord Stream Pipeline Incident from Russia

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Sweden says the preliminary results of its investigation of the Nord Stream pipeline explosions will not be shared with Russia, deeming the information as “confidential.”  It was determined the blasts were an act of sabotage, but no culprit has been identified.  Swedish Prime Minister Magdelena Andersson advised that Russia is free to conduct its own investigation.  “We all know well who the ultimate beneficiary of this crime is,” said Russian President Vladimir Putin, accusing the U.S. and Britain of carrying out an “act of international terrorism.”