Cherkasy region: SSU serves suspicion notices to two collaborators

Cherkasy region: SSU serves suspicion notices to two collaborators
Cherkasy region: SSU serves suspicion notices to two collaborators Ukraine news 23 Aug 2023 at 12:24

Two individuals with high-ranking positions in the temporarily occupied territories of Eastern Ukraine have been discovered to be voluntarily collaborating with the occupying authorities. Their actions were exposed, and the Security Service of Ukraine in the Cherkasy region has announced suspicion against them. This information was reported by the SSU (Security Service of Ukraine) in the Cherkasy region.

According to the information received from the investigation, the former Chief Architect of the city of Bakhmut actively cooperated with the occupiers from the very beginning of the full-scale invasion by the Russian Federation. He currently holds the position of head of the department in the so-called "Ministry of Construction and Housing and Communal Services of the Donetsk People's Republic." This individual facilitated the approval of construction projects funded by the occupiers. He developed the "master plan for development" of Mariupol, which was destroyed by the enemies in 2022. He received unlawful benefits through individuals whose buildings were destroyed due to the shelling by Russian military forces. He abused the authority to provide housing loans and issue permits for construction in the so-called Donetsk People's Republic.

As for the other person, she is also linked to committing violations during the occupation of the Luhansk region. She held the position of head of the "Troitsky District Department of Justice of the Ministry of Justice of the Luhansk People's Republic." This woman voluntarily agreed to cooperate and informed the occupiers that she was ready to fulfill the tasks assigned to her. She played an active role in the selection of personnel to expand the ranks of the occupation authorities.

Both suspects have been charged according to Part 2 of Article 111 and Part 5 of Article 111-1 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine, and they are currently wanted by law enforcement authorities.


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