The face of the deceased collaborator from Kherson is used by representatives of the Russian Orthodox Church, volunteer Sergei Sternenko said.
Ukrainian blogger and volunteer Serhiy Sternenko published a photo in which representatives of the Russian Orthodox Church show the invaders the icon of the deceased collaborator Kirill Stremousov. Sternenko published the corresponding photo on March 10 in his Telegram channel.
“They really locked up the icon with Stremousov? By the way, why doesn’t he comment on recent events?” Sternenko wrote on social networks.
Photo: Sergey Sternenko
Judging by the photo, representatives of the occupation troops of Russia lined up for a prayer service. Note that the location where the strange action took place is unknown.
Who is Kirill Stremousov
After the capture of Kherson last spring, the invaders appointed local blogger Kirill Stremousov, known for his pro-Russian statements, as “deputy head of the military-civilian administration” of the region.
On November 9, it became known that Stremousov died in an accident in the Kherson region. According to the so-called “governor” of the occupied Kherson region Vladimir Saldo, the deceased left five children.
Also on November 9, Focus wrote about what is known about the deceased Kirill Stremousov. His track record includes organizing pro-Russian rallies in Kherson, aiding the occupiers and participating in a pseudo-referendum.
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