It became known that on the night of November 30, a powerful explosion occurred on the Baikal-Amur Mainline, which serves as the only railway connection between Russia and China. Ukrainian special services may be involved in this, while there has been no official confirmation from them yet.

Mykhailo Podolyak, adviser to the head of the President's Office, commented on these events, Channel 24 reports.

Podolyak stressed that it is worth waiting for official confirmation of the trace of the Ukrainian special services in this incident, but in general they work very effectively on the territory of Russia.

Secret services or guerrillas

Podolyak stressed that various partisan movements have now become more active in Russia. However, regarding the explosion of the Baikal-Amur Mainline, it is still worth waiting for data that will prove the severity and level of damage to this logistics chain. The most important thing is how long the blockade will last and how much Russia will lose supplies from China.

"We will wait for the official comments of our special services. However, it is obvious that they absolutely control certain processes in Russia, moderate and have access. That is, I would say that both the Security Service of Ukraine and the Main Intelligence Directorate can work very powerfully in Russia
," the politician stressed.

The adviser to the head of the Office of the President stressed that today the Ukrainian special services work much more efficiently in terms of moderating information than the Russian ones. They have access to information, access to opportunities to work out certain situations on the territory of Russia.

"But it is worth waiting for official comments, because I am also convinced that there are Russian citizens themselves on its territory, who are quite effective in destroying certain objects," Mykhailo Podolyak summed up.

Recall that on the night of November 30, a powerful explosion rang out on the Baikal-Amur Mainline, namely in the Severmuysky tunnel. Bessolova in Buryatia. This is the only serious railway connection between Russia and China that the enemy uses for military supplies.