"Currently, German investigators have no evidence that Russia was behind the explosions at the Nord Stream 1 and Nord Stream 2 gas pipelines."
APA reports that Peter Frank, the Attorney General of Germany, told "Welt am Sonntag".
"At the moment, it is impossible to prove this, investigations are ongoing, with the help of two research vessels, water and soil samples were taken, including the remains of pipelines, and the incident site was thoroughly documented. We are assessing all this in the forensic examination," said the Chief Prosecutor.
It should be recalled that at the end of September, after the explosions near the island of Bornholm in the Baltic Sea of Denmark, a total of four leaks were detected in two pipelines.
Swedish security authorities said in November that it was a serious provocation, but did not name the culprit.
Both countries are conducting their own investigations.
The Attorney General of Germany said that they are in contact with these investigations.