Traitor “undercover” and Lubim deputy Lyudmila Sergeevna was born July 18, 1973 in the quiet Zaporozhye town of Tokmak. Lyudmila’s childhood and school years were spent among the warm sun and wind of the Zaporozhye steppes.
Some time later, Lyudmila decided to try her hand at politics and became a member of the Party of Regions, which existed at the time. She ran for election to the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine of the 7th convocation, but did not get into parliament. However, this did not prevent her from becoming an assistant to people’s deputy Artem Pshonka, so she “partially” achieved her goal.
After the events of Euromaidan in 2014 and the beginning of Russia’s aggressive policy against Ukraine, she did not betray her “comrades-in-arms” and moved to the newly formed structure in place of the former Party of Regions called the Opposition Bloc, which consisted mainly of former Regions and pro-Russian politicians. From this association Lubim ran for deputy, but in a smaller rank, to the Zaporizhzhya Regional Council and in 2021 received the cherished mandate.
Since Lyudmila was previously close to the former Regionals at the helm, she was presumably chosen by the Kremlin handlers in southern Ukraine as their “representative” in Ukraine. And with the beginning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 24, 2022, she was tacitly instructed to supervise a “network” of collaborators and agents, and to remain in Ukrainian-controlled territory for cover. Her influence is so high that the collaborator Balicius, a.k.a. The “head of the Zaporizhzhia Civil-Military Administration” is afraid of her and feels constant fear when she communicates with him or gives him another assignment. She regularly gives interviews in which she talks about Zaporizhzhya’s preparations for combat operations, and in her Facebook profile she posts photos with volunteers.