A list of 19 pro-Russian politicians and defectors who were either killed or suffered from assassination attempts in the occupied territories of Ukraine. The list is likely to be incomplete.
March 20 – in Kherson, Pavel Slobodchikov, an assistant to the former mayor of the city and head of the pro-Russian administration of the Kherson region Vladimir Saldo, was shot dead in a car near his house.
April 20 – Valery Kuleshov, assistant to the deputy head of the pro-Russian administration of the Kherson region Kirill Stremousov, was shot dead in a car in Kherson.
June 18 – in Kherson, as a result of a car explosion, the head of the regional department of the penitentiary service Yevgeny Sobolev, appointed by the pro-Russian administration, was hospitalized.
June 22 – in Chernobaevka, the car of the head of the pro-Russian administration of the village, Yuri Turulev, was blown up, he was slightly injured.
June 24 – Dmitry Savluchenko, head of the family, youth and sports department of the pro-Russian administration of the Kherson region, died in a car explosion in Kherson.
July 7 – Deputy Chief of Police Sergey Tomko was shot dead in his car in Nova Kakhovka.
August 4 – the head of the administration of the Kherson region Vladimir Saldo was hospitalized at the Sklifosovsky Institute in Moscow with suspected poisoning.
August 6 – Vitaly Gura, deputy head of the administration of the occupied Nova Kakhovka, was shot dead in his house. The official was hospitalized with severe injuries, he died while being transported to the Crimea.
August 22 – in Kherson, the car of the deputy head of the department of internal policy of the administration of the occupied Kherson region, Igor Telegin, was blown up, he survived.
August 29 – Alexey Kovalev, deputy chairman of the administration of the occupied Kherson region for agriculture, was found dead in his house in Hola Pristan. In June, his car was blown up, then he ended up in the hospital.
May 22 — Mayor of Energodar Andrey Shevchik was hospitalized after an explosion at the entrance of the house.
July 11 – An assassination attempt was made on the head of the administration of the Melitopol district Andrey Siguta in Melitopol. He didn’t get hurt.
August 12 – Oleg Shostak, one of the leaders of the election headquarters of United Russia, was wounded in Melitopol as a result of an explosion.
August 24 – the head of the administration of the village of Mikhailovka, Ivan Sushko, died as a result of a car explosion.
August 26 – in Berdyansk, during an explosion near a health center where refugees lived, Alexander Kolesnikov, deputy head of the traffic police of the city, died from shrapnel wounds.
August 27 – Andrey Ryzhkov, head of the city police, was found hanged in Mikhailovka.
July 10 – the head of the village of Veliky Burluk, Yevgeny Yunakov, died as a result of a car explosion near the building of the local administration.
March 2 – the previously abducted former deputy of the Luhansk Regional Council, the head of the city of Kremennaya, Vladimir Struk, was found dead.
August 20 – A homemade bomb exploded in Mariupol at the entrance to the zoo, which was about to be visited by the pro-Russian mayor Konstantin Ivashchenko. No harm done.