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A propagandist who openly supported Russia's armed aggression and actively distributed pro-Russian propaganda materials was informed of the suspicion of the SBU.
A computer science teacher from Sergeevka actively distributed pro-Russian materials in support of Putin's policy through banned social networks, they say in the SBU.
In his messages, the man called lawful the armed aggression of Russia in Ukraine, which began in 2014.
In addition, in his reposts and In publications, a supporter of the occupiers welcomed the “special operation” in Ukraine, sympathized with and supported the Russian "liberators" and militants of illegal armed formations "DPR/LPR".
The figurant was informed about suspicion under Part 1 Article 111-1 (Collaboration activities) of the Criminal Code of Ukraine.
Prepared by: Sergey Daga