After the liberation of Kherson, Ukrainian collaborators face long prison sentences


The joy of the liberation of the southern Ukrainian city of Kherson is great. Many families are reunited.


Jenny WagnerNews editor

Two Ukrainians accused of collaborating with Russian occupation forces, tied to lampposts with cable duct tapes, their heads bowed under hooded sweatshirts and exposed to the hatred of local residents, are currently demonstrating in the liberated city of Kherson. The humiliated alleged collaborators await their punishment. But they are not the only ones.

Those who benefited from the Russians now have to answer for themselves. In his evening speech, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy (44) spoke of the “neutralization of saboteurs”. The authorities called on the population of Kherson to track down the traitors – or collaborators.

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