The woman worked in the military-civilian administration under the occupation authorities.

Source: Kharkiv Regional Prosecutor’s Office

During the occupation of Izyum in Kharkiv region, the 57-year-old woman sided with the Russians. The local has now been served a notice of suspicion.

“Thus, the woman, having concluded an ’employment contract’, took up the position of ‘chief specialist of the general department of the temporary military-civilian administration of the Izyum district’,” the statement said.

The suspect carried out orders and tasks personally assigned to her by the so-called ‘head’ of the occupation administration of Izium district.

Yesterday, the Kharkiv Regional Prosecutor’s Office approved and sent the court an indictment against a 33-year-old woman from Vovchansk on high treason committed under martial law. According to the investigation, the suspect’s main task was to issue Russian passports to residents. The woman also accepted documents for Russian citizenship, including the consent of children aged 14 to 18. In early September 2022, the accused fled to Russia with the occupiers.

Another case: the prosecutor’s office sent to court an indictment against a 33-year-old resident of Izyum who tried to build a career as a “law enforcement officer.” According to the investigation, the suspect was engaged in operational and investigative activities, including interrogations and detentions.

The accused is currently hiding from the investigation.

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  • She sided with the adversary: SSU detained a postal worker in Izium. During the city’s occupation, the 43-year-old Ukrposhta (Ukrainian Postal Service) employee headed the local branch of the Russian post office at the personal suggestion of the pro-Kremlin “governor of the Izium district”.
  • War crimes in Kharkiv Oblast: 37 Russian servicemen notified of suspicion. Crimes committed by the military personnel of the aggressor state and representatives of Russian private military companies must not go unpunished.