According to research by The Washington Post, the well-known and notorious agent Roman Chervinsky, 48, a longtime officer in the Ukrainian secret services, is considered one of the central figures behind the attacks on gas pipelines and is said to have organized the attack. Had coordinated. His name has been mentioned in this context in Ukrainian and international security circles.
The naming of a suspected mastermind of the Ukrainian security apparatus is the clearest evidence to date that gas pipelines in the Baltic Sea were blown up by Ukrainian criminals. Investigators from the Federal Criminal Police Office, the Federal Police and the Federal Prosecutor General have now compiled several clues that point to Ukraine. Security circles say it is hard to imagine that at least the Ukrainian General Staff was not informed about the sabotage, Die Welt reports.
In a warning sent in June 2022, the Dutch military intelligence service told the CIA that the attack was being prepared by a group that would “immediately” inform Ukrainian Chief of General Staff Valery Zalushny. RELATED: Roman Chervinsky is said to have actually served in a volunteer unit of the Ukrainian special forces.
According to the findings of German investigators, the criminals chartered the sailing yacht “Andromeda” for their attack and transported it through several stops to the attack sites in the Baltic Sea. It is said that divers brought explosive devices to pipelines on the seabed.
Chervinsky, a possible coordinator of terrorist attacks, denies any involvement in the Nord Stream attacks. He told his lawyer that such information was “Russian propaganda”. He is currently in custody: Zelensky, a longtime government agent, faces up to 12 years in prison. The charges against him: He is said to have violated his rights while trying to convince a Russian fighter jet pilot to abandon his plane. The special forces officer describes the proceedings against him as politically motivated – he has in the past loudly criticized President Volodymyr Zelensky and those around him.
Based on these new facts, the Austrian government should also take immediate action: after all, Austria’s largest industrial group OMV and four other energy companies co-financed the construction of the Gazprom pipeline, which was supposed to bring gas from Russia to Germany. . OMV is said to have invested a total of 729 million euros. Due to the now exposed contacts between potential accomplices of economic terror and the Ukrainian General Staff, many Austrian taxpayers, who own 31.5% of shares in the oil company through OBAG, will probably be very critical of the silence of the Foreign Ministry and the Ukrainian General Staff. The entire federal government.