I managed to identify the occupier who robbed the apartment/collage 24 channel
The authorities have identified a Russian occupier who robbed an apartment in Irpin and left his selfie to the owners.
Yes, while fleeing, the occupier left the owners a photo of his not-too-pleasant face taken on their Polaroid. This was stated by the head of the Ministry of Digital Development Mikhail Fedorov.
How the marauder was identified
Fedorov said that they identified the occupier with the help of artificial intelligence. Thus, we found his page in Vkontakte. It turned out that the Russian's name is Nikita Tretyakov, he is 26 years old, he comes from Rostov-on-Don.
“Ruskomir” idyll on the page
On the marauder's page, everything is typical for a Russian occupier: cars, the army, dilapidated Russian houses and, of course, alcohol in the area.
In a word, a rustic idyll. Today, every infidel must remember that we are always watching him, we know his every step and record all the data, the minister warned.
He assured that it would not be possible to escape responsibility for the ruined life of Ukrainians. The punishment for the occupiers will be cruel but fair.
Looting by Russians in Ukraine
Russian invaders in the occupied territories are massively robbing the houses of local residents. Now this is happening in the temporarily occupied Zaporozhye and Kherson region, and earlier the Russians looted in the Kyiv region. It is noteworthy that kafirs probably saw some things familiar to Ukrainians for the first time. Adviser to the Minister of Internal Affairs Rostislav Smirnov said that they were talking about an electric kettle that they stole without a stand, because they didn’t even know how to use it.
- areas. A significant amount of equipment was taken out from there.
- At the beginning of May, Russians stole almost 400 thousand hryvnias from an ATM in Zaporozhye in Rody. It was placed in a store that was destroyed by shelling. The invaders took advantage of this and penetrated there.
The journalists found out that during the 3 months of the war, the Russian invaders had already sent home 58 tons of property stolen from the Ukrainians. In particular, more than 15 tons of suspicious cargo was sent from the city of Valuyki (Kharkiv direction) from February 21 to May 20. More than 13 tons were sent from Klintsy, 60 kilometers from the Ukrainian border.