Ukrainian law enforcers arrest Russian invasion supporter in Kharkiv Oblast
Woman remained an ardent supporter of the so-called “Russian world” (Photo:Serhiy Bolvinov/Facebook)
Ukrainian law enforcement officers have detained a 60-year-old woman in Kharkiv Oblast who publicly supported Russia’s full-scale invasion of the country, Serhiy Bolvinov, head of the local police’s investigative department, wrote on Facebook on Nov. 1.
According to the officer, the woman left the village of Myronivskyi of the Bakhmut district in Donetsk Oblast after the beginning of Russia’s military aggression in 2014 but remained an ardent supporter of the so-called “Russian world,” although she did not want to move to Russia, preferring to stay in Ukraine.
“(The woman) Liudmyla supported the armed aggression against Ukraine and the occupation administration since the very beginning of the occupation,” Bolvinov said.
“She took part in the filming of the Russian Channel One’s plot, where she talked about positive attitudes towards the occupation, and glorified and justified the actions of Russian representatives.”
He added that criminal proceedings had been initiated against the collaborator under Part 6 of Article 111−1 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine. She faces from 10 to 12 years in prison.
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