The adviser to the head of the President’s Office noted that criminalization is increasing in Russia, and the government is gradually losing control of the processes due to mobilized criminals who are returning from the war.
Today, the Ukrainian special services, SBU and GUR, through the corresponding agent networks, effectively control the internal downtime of Russia. And specific people who betrayed the country will pay the “heaviest price.” Mikhail Podolyak, adviser to the head of the Presidential Office, stated this on air at Panyuta.Itogi.
“That is, they know exactly where this person is, what he does and how he lives,” Podolyak emphasized.
According to the adviser to the head of the President’s Office, there is no concern about the safety of traitors in Ukraine on the territory of the Russian Federation.
“They won’t think about giving them a safe space to be in. These are the most vile creatures, especially during war. And therefore, they will pay the biggest price, whether they want it or not. Legally, physically, there is no difference,” says the speaker.
Kiva had no effect on anything
Podolyak emphasized that ex-People’s Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada Ilya Kiva, convicted of high treason, had no influence.
“Let’s still say that he was a criminal person, perhaps there were some strange incidents, because he was not entirely adequate. But he did not have any insight, did not influence anything,” the politician emphasized.
The expert also emphasized that even the Russian Federation does not need traitors to Ukraine.
“We need them from the point of view of the debts they have to us,” says Podolyak.
Criminalization is growing in Russia: details
In addition, the adviser to the head of the President’s Office noted that criminalization is increasing in Russia, and the government is gradually losing control of the processes due to mobilized criminals who are returning from the war to the territory of the Russian Federation.
“They were put in Russian prisons for serious crimes, after which they go to war, and today they are returned to their home. All this will have a significant impact on the Russian Federation. They will not control the processes that will take place in Russia,” he added politician.
Let us recall that on December 8, a representative of the Main Intelligence Directorate, Andrei Yusov, spoke about the efforts that the Ukrainians made to carry out a special operation to eliminate the ex-people’s deputy and collaborator Ilya Kiva. In particular, Ukrainian agents overcame the powerful security forces of the Russian Federation and, sometimes, made a certain self-sacrifice.
On December 6, Russian media reported that ex-Verkhovna Rada deputy Ilya Kiva was killed in the Moscow region. He lived in Russia for almost two years.