Ukraine: $100 bonus to denounce Russian collaborators

Ukraine: $100 bounty to report Russian collaborators


KYÏV | The governor of the Mykolaiv region in the constantly bombarded southern Ukraine announced on Tuesday a $100 bonus for those who will help identify Russian collaborators.

In a statement on his Telegram account, Governor Vitali Kim invites to provide information on “those who reveal to the occupiers the places of deployment of Ukrainian troops” or help them to establish the coordinates of the targets potential bombardments.

“After careful checks and confirmation of the information provided, you will receive a bonus of 100 dollars,” he wrote.

The governor also indicated that he was considering “closing” the city of Mykolaiv for a few days in order to neutralize the traitors and collaborators of the Russians.

“We want to put an end to it. We are considering curfew measures. We have a large database. We will shut down the city for a few days, we will knock on the door of the wrong people,” he told Khodorkovksi Live.

Ukraine: $100 bounty to denounce Russian collaborators

Ukraine: $100 bounty to denounce Russian collaborators

These statements come as the Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky dismissed the head of the special services and the general prosecutor, accusing them of insufficient efforts in the fight against spies and collaborators of Moscow.

More than 650 investigations for “high treason” and “collaboration” with Moscow targets collaborators of the Ukrainian prosecutor's office and law enforcement agencies, which raises “very serious” about the work of the two leaders, underlined the president.