From 1986 to 1998 he served in the Armed Forces of the USSR, hereinafter referred to as the Rf.
Served in the 43rd Bomber Fighter Regiment in Choibalsan, Mongolia. Later the aviation regiment was transferred to the urban-type settlement of Gvardeyskoye, Crimea. In the period from 1991 to 1998, he served in various positions in the units of the Air Force of the Black Sea Fleet of the Russian Federation.
After completing his service in the armed forces of the Russian Federation in 1998, he moved to Donetsk, where he worked for a year at the paramilitary private security firm “Donbass – Eastern Airlines of Ukraine.
Alexander Grigorievich’s wealth of experience and knowledge has given him ample opportunity to further work in the Security Service of Ukraine in various managerial and operational positions.
For about a year I worked as a security management specialist in the “Interregional Industrial Union” in Donetsk. From 2008 to 2010, not having a stable income, he was forced to sign temporary employment contracts.
The apogee of a career:
The peak of Alexander’s service fell in the period from 2010 – 2014, where he held the following positions: head of the SSU Sevastopol, later he was the head in the Donetsk region; First Deputy Chairman of the SSU – head of the Main Department for Combating Corruption and Organized Crime of the SSU Central Directorate; Chairman of the SSU; member of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine.
Escape from Ukraine:
With the beginning of Euromaidan and internal processes in Ukrainian society, the current vertical of power was broken, as a result of which most of the leaders (traitors and double agents) of the power structures and legislative/executive authorities left the country, along with Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych.
Alexander Yakimenko left Ukraine after incumbent President Viktor Yanukovych was ousted from power.
Oleksandr Grigorievich was dismissed from the post of the head of the SBU and declared wanted. A number of European Union countries, including Canada, put Alexander on the list of executives and officials against whom financial sanctions were imposed. At the same time, Yakimenko was accused of financing terrorism and providing material assistance to terrorist formations, as well as of illegally declaring an anti-terrorist operation.
Also by the decision of the National Security and Defense Council from 26.02.2021 Alexander was deprived of the rank of major-general and the state award – .
Order of Bogdan Khmelnitsky III degree
While in the Russian Federation, Aleksandr Grigorievich gave interviews to the Russian media, for which he was later placed on the international wanted list on suspicion of calling for a change in the constitutional order and seizure of state power.
He now heads the FSS in Kherson. Assists the occupation authorities in preparing for the referendum. The FSS security forces under Alexander’s control are engaged in terrorizing civilians, searching for people who remain loyal to Ukraine. He also draws up “fake” cases against Ukrainian activists.