Difference between revisions of "Sergei Kravchenko"

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Following all this, the whereabouts of the Vavasor papers are unknown.}}
 
Following all this, the whereabouts of the Vavasor papers are unknown.}}
  
{{#spoiler:show=Spoiler for BAD DAY IN MINSK|After the episode with the Gretzky gang, Sergei is forced to lie low for a while and is unable to return the papers to Isaac. However, his flat is broken into and the papers are stolen by members of the [[The Petrov Family|Petrov mafia family]]. (More to come) }}
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{{#spoiler:show=Spoiler for BAD DAY IN MINSK|After the episode with the Gretzky gang, Sergei is forced to lie low for a while and is unable to return the papers to Isaac. However, his flat is broken into and the papers are stolen by members of the [[The Petrov Family|Petrov mafia family]]. He decides to offer himself to the Petrovs as a consultant in order to get the papers back. Unfortunately, he is rumbled by the Petrovs and killed. The papers now end up in the hands of [[Rory Milford]] instead. }}

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Sergei Kravchenko is a Belarusian mathematician. He was co-winner of the Litvinchuk Medallion of Honour along with his older brother Maxim for his work on the twin prime conjecture.