SBU identifies three collaborators in Luhansk Oblast

2 September, 10:25 PM
Offenders face up to 10 years in prison (Photo:SBU)

Offenders face up to 10 years in prison (Photo:SBU)

Three women from Luhansk Oblast have voluntarily agreed to cooperate with Russian forces in the region, Ukraine’s SBU security service said in a Facebook post on Sep. 2.

One of them, Liza Tretyak, a 19-year-old from occupied Svatove, has featured in Russian propaganda videos, eagerly cheering Moscow’s “liberation” of Luhansk Oblast.

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Tretyak starred in a series of videos, where she enthusiastically supported the Russian occupation regime, and urged locals to support invading enemy troops and cooperate with Russian invasion authorities in Luhansk and Kharkiv oblasts.

“The other two have already proven their loyalty to Moscow by working in ‘senior positions’ as Russian puppets in the Donbas,” the SBU said.

“They are now tasked with cementing the occupation regime in recently seized (Ukrainian) territories.”

According to the message, the two women are responsible for illegally issuing Russian passports and managing the occupation “administration” in Severodonetsk.

All three individuals could face up to 10 years in prison should they be apprehended by Ukrainian law enforcement, put on trial, and be found guilty.

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