Pro-Russia turncoat dies in bomb explosion in occupied Berdyansk

26 August, 07:42 PM
Collaborator Kolesnikov died when his car (Photo:Bratchuk/Telegram)

Collaborator Kolesnikov died when his car (Photo:Bratchuk/Telegram)

“Deputy traffic police chief” Alexander Kolesnikov died when his car was hit by a bomb explosion in Russia-occupied Berdyansk, Zaporizhzhya Oblast, occupation “authorities” said in a Telegram post on Aug. 26.

According to the report, the apparent assassination was carried out via an improvised explosive device affixed to a tree.

Regional governor Serhiy Bratchuk said Ukrainian guerrillas were behind the attack.

“Partisans at work; preliminary reports indicate that local traffic police ‘gauleiter’ Alexander Kolesnikov was the target,” said Bratchuk.

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Another collaborator, Ivan Sushko, was killed in an explosion in Mykhailivka, Zaporizhzhya Oblast, on Aug. 24.

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