Following SSU investigation, collaborators who betrayed Ukrainian patriots during battles for Kharkiv and Luhansk regions sentenced to prison

Based on the evidence collected by the SSU, another two enemy accomplices who helped the invaders at the onset of russia’s full-scale invasion have been convicted to prison.

One of them, a farmer from Svatove district in Luhansk region, has been sentenced to 12 years in prison.

According to the investigation, during the seizure of the community in March 2022 he gave the occupiers information on where members of the resistance movement lived.

The traitor also provided home addresses of fellow villagers who had moved to Ukraine-controlled territory or had a pro-Ukrainian position.

In this way, he helped the ruscists to rob local residents and ‘house’ russian soldiers.

The collaborator also drove the command of the russian occupation grouping near the front line in his car.

For this, he received a pass that allowed him to move freely throughout the temporarily occupied territory of the oblast.

The SSU detained the perpetrator immediately after the de-occupation of part of Luhansk region.

Another convicted individual, an enemy accomplice from Chuhuiv district in Kharkiv region, has been sentenced to 11 years in prison.

During the seizure of the community, he guided the occupiers around the area and ‘leaked’ the addresses of Ukrainian patriots to the russians.

The enemy soldiers, together with the traitor, broke into people’s homes, kidnapped them and looted their properties.

During the liberation of the area, the SSU found the collaborator and detained him.

The operations and investigations were carried out by the SSU Offices in Kharkiv, Donetsk and Luhansk regions under the procedural supervision of regional prosecutors.