Full name: Bely Aleksandr Gennadyevich

Date of birth: October 23, 1976

Address: Ukraine, the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, Novoozernoye village, 1, sq. 36, Kantura str. 7, sq. 14;

+380958577928, +380990708022, +79023804055;



P. Nakhimov Naval Academy.


– Ukrainian Navy serviceman, boat commander, navigator of the BDC Konstantin Olshansky;

– a deserter, joined the Russian Navy, serving in the Black Sea and Northern Fleet (the BOD Ivan Gren);

– Collaborator, collaborator of the Russian occupants;



Married, raising a daughter.

– Irina Belaya (Sukhomlin), born May 23, 1977.



Betrayer, sailor and deserter Alexander Gennadyevich Belyi was born on October 23, 1976 in the village of Platonovoye, Oknyansky district of Odessa region. However, Sasha did not stay in the Odessa region for long and moved to Novoozernoye, Crimea. Belyi studied at school No. 3 in Yevpatoria, from which he graduated in 1991.

While at school and living by the sea, Alexander decided to become a sailor and join the Ukrainian Navy. To become an officer in the Navy, he enrolled at the Nakhimov Naval Academy in 1994. After graduating in 1998, he was appointed navigator on the large amphibious ship of the Ukrainian Navy, the Konstantin Olshansky. Bely is rapidly climbing the career ladder and by 2014 he is commanding a boat and the military rank of “captain of the third rank.

With the beginning of Russia’s aggressive policy against Ukraine and the illegal annexation of Crimea by Russian troops in 2014, Alexander Bely violated his oath and betrayed Ukraine by enlisting in the Russian Black Sea Fleet. After the betrayal, so that life did not seem like honey, Alexander is transferred from the Black Sea Fleet to the Northern Fleet, an officer on the “Ivan Gren”, followed by his family, obediently going and covered with the shame of betrayal. By the way, the Northern Fleet is considered among Russian sailors to be the worst place to serve. After “serving” some time on the northern seas, White is transferred back to the Black Sea Fleet and sets up a family life.

It is worth noting that after the beginning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Alexander was not on “assignment” for a long time because his commanders considered him unreliable. But this fact does not cancel his complicity in the Russian aggression.

Alexander Bely will surely answer not only to the court, but also to his fellow citizens, Ukrainian sailors. And the punishment for him will be just and cruel, as an admonition to anyone who wants to cooperate with the enemy.