Ukrainian collaborator Ilya Kiva robs Kherson car dealerships
Ilya Kiva took out 200 cars from the territory of Ukraine that belonged to Kherson car dealerships.
According to the Telegram channel ‘Native boatswain’, former deputy of the Verkhovna Rada Ilya Kiva, who, after the outbreak of war with Ukraine, came to Russia as a representative of the State Property Fund of the Donetsk People’s Republic, is expropriating cars and other property in Russian-occupied Kherson.
According to an insider, Ilya Kiva, with the support of armed people, seized about 200 new cars of various types from the owners of car dealerships.
With the advent of the Russian Army, the owners of car dealerships tried to preserve their property by obtaining some kind of ‘certificates’ from the occupying authorities. However, this did not help and car dealerships began to hide cars in the industrial zones of Kherson.
But soon Ilya Kiva appeared who simply robbed the owners of car dealerships and took away all the vehicles that were taken to the territory of the DPR.
This is not the first time when the property of Ukrainian citizens is confiscated and sent to Russia. So in April of this year, tractors and other agricultural equipment were stolen from Melitopol and taken to Russia, which was later found in Chechnya on the personal farm of Ramzan Kadyrov.
Recall that in April of this year, Telegram channels controlled by Ilya Kiv distributed an allegedly intimate video of Oleksiy Arestovich, an adviser to the President of Ukraine. Ilya Kiva is a frequent guest on Russian TV channels, where he tells all sorts of stories about Ukraine.