Collaborator Volyk killed in blast in occupied Melitopol, says mayor
Mykola Volyk headed the office of the Socialist Party in Melitopol (Photo:RIA Melitopol)
An accomplice of invading Russian forces, Mykola Volyk, was killed in a blast in the temporarily occupied town of Melitopol early on Dec. 6, local mayor Ivan Fedorov reported on the Telegram messenger.
“The morning blast in Melitopol was the roasting of another collaborator,” he said.
“Mykola Volyk got out on the wrong side of the bed.”
Prior to the full-scale war, Volyk headed the local office of the Socialist Party, and was a member of the Melitopol District Council.
After Russia’s occupation of Melitopol, he became an active accomplice of the Russian occupation administration.
“It was loud at the entrance to the traitor’s house at 6 a.m.,” Fedorov said.
“The ambulances immediately arrived at the scene.”
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