In the occupied territory of Ukraine, a car with a pro-Russian official was blown up again. He died

In the Russian-occupied Kharkiv region, a car with a pro-Russian official appointed by the Russian Federation to the post of head of the village of Veliky Burluk Yevgeny Yunakov was again blown up - he died. The death of Yunakov was reported by People's Deputy Oleksiy Goncharenko, as well as the speaker of the Odessa Regional Administration Sergey Bratchuk on July 10. Today, the information was confirmed by the press service of the pro-Russian “military-civilian administration” (VGA) of the region, RBC reports .

“The blowing up of a car in Veliky Burluk, as a result of which the head of the local administration Yevgeny Yunakov died, is a planned terrorist act organized by those fascists who sit in the Ukrainian government.”

On the same day, the "VGA" of the Kherson region announced the prevention of an assassination attempt on the head of the "military-civilian administration" of the region, Vladimir Saldo. According to the pro-Russian administration, thanks to the residents of Kherson, it was possible to detect and neutralize an improvised explosive device planted along the route of Saldo's car.

Earlier in June, the car of the Russian-appointed head of the Family, Youth and Sports Department of the so-called military-civilian administration (MAC) of the Kherson region, Dmitry Savluchenko, was blown up in Kherson, he died on the spot.

The “assassination attempt” on Savluchenko is the third known case in the last two weeks. On June 22, a video appeared on the network, showing the consequences of blowing up the car of a people's deputy, a former member of the Servant of the People party, Alexei Kovalev, who went over to the side of the pro-Russian authorities. It was reported that he was in the car at the time of the explosion. Radio Liberty, citing a source in law enforcement agencies, reported that the information about the "death" of Kovalev in the occupied Kherson region is a "fake".

On June 14, Andrey Nemirovskiy, a former people's deputy and a serviceman of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, reported that the official car of ex-mayor Volodymyr Saldo, who defected to the Russian occupation forces and was appointed head of the regional "administration", was blown up in Kherson. According to him, Saldo, along with the guards, were in the cabin at the time of the explosion. After that, Saldo denied the information about the explosion by posting a video on his Telegram channel. “The whole history of the Ukrainian government is built on such a lie. <...> We are now doing everything so that people living in the Kherson region do not feel this pressure from information channels. Don't wait, gentlemen, liars and provocateurs," he said.

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