One of the leaders of the LPR terrorists was blown up in Lugansk. This is the work of the SBU – sources – Ukrainian news, Politics


In temporarily occupied Lugansk, one of the leaders of the LPR terrorists, Yuri Afanasyevsky, was blown up. About it Sources in the Security Service of Ukraine reported.

According to sources, Afanasyevsky was responsible for the work of the terrorist customs, and his bombing was the work of the SBU.

It is noted that the terrorist was blown up in his own home, he received multiple shrapnel wounds to the head, neck and abdomen – Afanasyevsky is now in intensive care in serious condition.

He has the rank of major general among the invaders and is an agent of the central apparatus of the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation. He is known for becoming the β€œfinancier” of the leader of the LPR terrorists, Leonid Pasechnik.

Interlocutors at the SBU say that Afanasyevsky laundered money to finance armed groups that fought against Ukraine. It is subject to sanctions from the European Union, Britain, Canada, Switzerland and Japan.

  • On April 2, 2023, a military propagandist and collaborator from Makeyevka, Maxim Fomin, nicknamed Vladlen Tatarsky, was blown up in St. Petersburg.
  • On May 6, a car containing Russian propagandist Zakhar Prilepin was blown up in Nizhny Novgorod.

Read also: The Russian Federation reports that a collaborator was blown up in Novaya Kakhovka. He’s already “died” before

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