Russian collaborator killed in Kherson by car bomb

The collaborator Savluchenko died on the spot (Photo:Гончаренко/Telegram)

The collaborator Savluchenko died on the spot (Photo:Гончаренко/Telegram)

Dmytro Savluchenko, a prominent collaborator in Russian-occupied Kherson, was killed on June 24 when his car exploded, said Ukrainian MP Oleksiy Honcharenko via Telegram messenger.

The MP’s words were corroborated by reports in Russian media.

Savluchenko had been appointed the “head of the Department of Family, Youth and Sports of the Kherson Oblast Military State Administration,” by Russian occupation authorities.

On June 22, a car belonging to another local collaborator, Yuriy Turulyov, was blown up in Chornobaivka, Kherson Oblast. Turulyov is said to have sustained only minor injuries.

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