Ukraine's anti-graft agency submits data on 1,500 alleged traitors to security service

22 July, 12:34 PM
An SBU officer detains a Russian collaborator in Sumy Oblast (Photo:Prosecutor's General Office of Ukraine)

An SBU officer detains a Russian collaborator in Sumy Oblast (Photo:Prosecutor's General Office of Ukraine)

A database with information about 1,500 alleged traitors to Ukraine has been submitted to the SBU security service, the National Agency on Corruption Prevention (NACP) said on Telegram messenger on July 21.

The list includes 215 deputies of local councils and local government officials who are suspected of collaborating with the enemy.

In addition to deputies and officials of local self-government bodies, the database also includes:

  • 22 heads of local councils and administrations;
  • 32 civil servants of various levels;
  • 334 law enforcement officers;
  • 70 heads of state and communal enterprises, institutions and organizations;
  • 344 private individuals.

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In addition, NACP has launched the prosecution of two individuals who may be collaborators. These officials worked in Kharkiv and Kherson oblasts and helped the enemy, in particular by passing on information about local activists and participants of the Anti-Terrorist Operation.

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