Pavel Pastelnyak

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Pavel Panteleimovich Pastelnyak (also Pastelniak and Pavel P. Klarin; Pasterlyak name may be his birth name while Klarin was his cover name while working in New York.[1]) was the assistant to Gaik Ovakimyan working from the Soviet General Consulate in 1938, and was Rezident after Ovakimyan's expulsion from the United States until Vasili Zarubin arrived in 1942. [2]

References

  1. Pavel Sudoplatov and Anatoli Sudoplatov, Special Tasks: The Memoirs of an Unwanted Witness - A Soviet Spymaster, with Jerrold L. and Leona P. Schecter, Little Brown and Co., London 1994.
  2. Vladimir Chikov, Stalin’s Atomic Spies: KGB File N. 13676
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