A group of ten Russian occupiers captured the mayor of Melitopol, Ivan Fedorov, on March 11. The portal was informed that the local government official was deported to the occupied city of Luhansk with a bag on his head Vechirniy.kyiv.ua.
The mayor of Melitopol was tortured by Russian soldiers
On Wednesday, Fedorov was released in Results process organized by Ukrainian special forces. Kirillo Tymoshenko, Deputy Head of the President’s Chancellery, informed about the hostage rescue operation. “Mir Melitopol, Ivan Fedorov, be safe now!” He wrote in a message posted on Facebook.
Already called the 34-year-old mayor of Melitopol Volodymyr Zelensky. A recording of the mayor’s conversation with the President of Ukraine appeared on social media. Fedorov that he “feels much better!” On March 12, Zelensky revealed that the mayor was being tortured. The Russians wanted him to express his support for the criminal activities of the occupier in the recording – he says “Ukrainian truth“.
The public prosecutor has launched an investigation into the high treason of the new mayor of Melitopol
Instead of imprisoned Fedorov Russians And soon they introduced city councilor Halina Danilchenko, who, after taking office, appealed to the residents to “adapt to the new Indeed, to start living in new conditions as soon as possible.” She also threatened the consequences of the residents’ attempt to “destabilize the situation and call for extremist action.”
On March 13, members of the Melitopol City Council sent a letter to the prosecutor regarding the start of criminal proceedings in the Danilchenko case in connection with the “crime of high treason, for trying to establish an occupation Government In Melitopol “- reported CNN. The case of Danilchenko will be dealt with by the Ukrainian Security Service in the Zaporizhia region.
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