This is written by the German edition of Welt am Sonntag.

"Cooperation with these countries has now become much better," the newspaper said, citing a source.

It is specified that the states initially planned to investigate the explosions together, but this did not happen, since first Sweden, and then Denmark left the group.

The reason was concerns about privacy.

Earlier, the official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova, said during a briefing that the Russian side would demand reports from countries conducting national investigations of terrorist attacks on Nord Streams, which occurred last fall.

Chairman of the German Parliament Committee on Climate Protection and Energy Klaus Ernst called for russia to be involved in the investigation of the explosions on Nord Streams.