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The SBU collected evidence on three more collaborators whom the Russian Federation “appointed” as managers in the Kherson region


The Security Service of Ukraine collected indisputable evidence of voluntary cooperation with the enemy in the temporarily occupied territory of the Kherson region of three more “officials”.

In particular, since the beginning of the large-scale invasion of the Russian Federation, the “director” of the Kherson Vodokanal (Water Supply) has been actively cooperating with the occupiers. Abusing his powers, the collaborator ordered to send special equipment to help the Russian army. Thanks to this, the invaders could set up defensive positions around the occupied regional center.

Moreover, the traitor forced his subordinates to participate in rallies, public speaking in support of the occupation regime.

Another collaborator received a career promotion and assumed the position of “acting chief physician of the Belozersk Primary Health Care Center.”

The woman assured the invaders that she was ready to employ doctors from the Russian Federation and occupied Crimea. In addition, she promised to work “diligently” on creating a “positive image” of the occupation authorities, particularly to solve problems with medical care in the region.

Currently, both “officials” have been charged with suspicion under Art. 111 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (treason).

A fake law enforcement officer who assumed the position of “head of the Novokakhov department for combating economic crimes” was also suspected by the SBU.

In his new status, he actively worked to disrupt the sowing campaign in the Kherson region. The man enlisted the support of the “military commandant” and terrorized farms in the Kakhovsky district.

While sowing, he defiantly removed seed material and mineral fertilizers from them. He justified his actions by alleged non-compliance by farmers with the conditions for storing fertilizers and grain.

Currently, the SBU is conducting a pre-trial investigation against him under Article 111-1 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (collaborative activity).

SBU officers carried out measures to expose collaborators in the Kherson region under the procedural guidance of the Kherson regional prosecutor’s office.