In the de-occupied town of Izium, Kharkiv region, Ukrainian law enforcement detained a Russian collaborator who provided Russian occupiers with the information on pro-Ukrainian activists.
When Izium was occupied by the Russian troops, the man joined the so-called ‘people’s militia’.
The traitor helped Russian military to patrol the city. He also reported to the occupiers about patriotic Ukrainians who were then checked and tortured.
After the de-occupation of Izium, the State Bureau of Investigation established the location of the collaborator.
According to the article 111 of the Criminal Code, he faces life imprisonment.