The vehicle belonging to the Russian-appointed “chief” of Mariupol’s police force was detonated.

In the Russian-occupied Ukrainian city of Mariupol, the car of the Russian-appointed “chief” of the city police, Mikhail Moskvin, was blown up.

The explosion occurred at 8:07 am in the market area in the southwest of the city. “Mariupol resistance struck in occupied Mariupol, blowing up the car of one of the top military,” – informed Ukrainian mayor of Mariupol Vadim Boychenko.

Mikhail Moskvin is alive. By data TASS, citing a source in the power structures of the so-called “DPR”, Moskvin’s car exploded a few meters from him, he received a shell shock. “Donetsk news agency” writesthat Moskvin allegedly already went to work.

This is not the first attempt on officials who cooperate with Russia on the territory of Ukraine. Ukraine does not directly take responsibility for the attacks.

Some of the Russian-appointed officials died. In early August 2022, he was poisoned Vladimir Saldo, Russian-appointed head of the “regional administration” of the Kherson region. He was sent to the toxicological intensive care unit in Moscow.

In the Zaporozhye region, Ivan Sushko, the head of the village of Mikhailovka, appointed by the Russian military, died in a car blown up by a bomb.

Later, in Berdyansk, the Russian-appointed deputy head of the city traffic police, Alexander Kolesnikov, died as a result of an explosion. Three days later, people’s deputy from the Servant of the People party Alexei Kovalev, who had defected to Russia during the war and served as deputy chairman for agriculture in the Moscow-appointed government of the region, was found dead. He had a gunshot wound to the head. In September, in the same Berdyansk, the car of “commandant” Artyom Bardin, appointed by Russia, was blown up.

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