SBU identifies 18 collaborators in occupied Luhansk Oblast

SBU has notified all the traitors of suspicion of collaboration
SBU has notified all the traitors of suspicion of collaboration

Eighteen collaborators who voluntarily joined the so-called "authorities" and "local councils" in the temporarily occupied Luhansk Oblast last September have been identified, and evidence against them has been collected, the Ukraine's SBU Security Service reported on Facebook on June 6.

"Currently, the 'deputies' continue to work on strengthening the occupation authorities in the occupied settlements and integrating them into the political system of the terrorist state (Russia)," the statement said.

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"The overwhelming majority of the 'deputies' represent pro-Kremlin political forces, including United Russia and the Liberal Democratic Party of Russia."

Three deputies from the village councils of Bilokurakyno, Markivka, and Milove were among the collaborators who betrayed Ukraine and joined the enemy.

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The SBU has notified all the traitors of suspicion of collaboration under Part 5 of Article 111-1 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine. Five of them have been referred to court, where they face possible prison sentences of up to 10 years and confiscation of property.

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