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Local collaborator eliminated in occupied Berdyansk

Local collaborator eliminated in occupied Berdyansk In the occupied Berdyansk, a local collaborator with the Russians was eliminated (photo: Getty Images)

In temporarily occupied Berdyansk, on February 10, local collaborator entrepreneur Aleksandr Halyi passed away, who was among the first to establish cooperation with Russian occupiers, according to Berdyansk city military administration's Facebook post.

Before the full-scale war, Halyi, nicknamed Sanya Spichkin, was involved in waste processing and selling tobacco products.

After the occupation of Berdyansk, he began to assist Russians in taking over the businesses and property of residents while simultaneously informing the occupation authorities about Ukrainian patriots.

The method of liquidating the collaborator is not disclosed. According to the Telegram channel Berdyansk today, he could have been poisoned.

Collaborators in temporarily occupied territories

Recently, a collaborator from Kherson was sentenced to eight years in prison for conducting a referendum during the occupation.

Law enforcement officers also arrested a policeman from the Zaporizhzhia region who was involved in repression in the occupied territory. He moved to Lviv and was preparing to flee to one of the EU countries.

Furthermore, a former policeman from Izyum in the Kharkiv region was sentenced to 15 years in prison. He assisted in searching for Ukrainian patriots during the Russian occupation of the city.