SBU Threatened Graduates of Ukrainian Universities With Reprisals If They Return to Donbass

Translated by Ollie Richardson & Angelina Siard


Graduates of Dnepropetrovsk State University of Internal Affairs who are natives of Donbass became hostages of the Ukrainian special services. This was stated by the resident of Alchevsk and cadet of the military university Valentin Tsepov, who fled from SBU prosecution.

According to him, university graduates, under the threat of criminal prosecution and also threats of punishing their relatives, were forbidden from leaving the territory of Ukraine and from coming back to the Lugansk and Donetsk People’s republics.

Tsepov noted that throughout the entire educational process cadets of Donbass were regularly subjected to agitprop.

“Before every vacation and holiday, the rector of the university V. A. Glukhoverya, accompanied by law enforcement officers and special services, brought together all cadets, negatively spoke about the People’s Republics and their inhabitants, and also strongly recommended not to visit these territories,” said Valentin Tsepov.

He has also reported that upon the end of the educational process cadets, under the escort of law enforcement bodies, were taken to Severodonetsk and Mariupol for further assignment. However, despite systematic conversations with SBU psychologists, many cadets refused to continue their service. Then moral pressure was put on them by the Deputy Chief of the Regional Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine in the Lugansk region A. L. Fedotov and the chief of staff V. A Chaban. They threatened the cadets with reprisals by the SBU.

Valentin Tsepov managed to leave the territory of Ukraine and return to Alchevsk. Today the graduate of the military university intends to apply his gained knowledge in the Motherland – to be engaged in the protection of rights and freedoms.

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