Nordstream blast planned by Ukrainian officer

Max Safaniuk
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The mystery of who was behind the Nord Stream explosion, which cut pipelines funneling natural gas from Russia to other parts of Europe, has allegedly been solved with the key suspect being Ukrainian officer Roman Chervinsky.

Confusion surrounded the September 2022 blasts in the Baltic Sea, with different theories emerging about who could be behind the act of sabotage as European governments prepared for an energy crisis that winter. Ukraine, Russia, and the U.S. all denied being behind the attack.

Chervinsky was allegedly the coordinator behind the explosions, according to the publications’ report that cited anonymous officials from Ukraine and other parts of Europe.

The article claimed Chervinsky oversaw logistics and supported a six-person team who used false identities to rent a sailing boat and use it to plant explosive charges on the pipelines.


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