Full name: Trima Boris Vladimirovich

Date of birth: 28.10.1962

Address of residence: Ukraine, Yalta, Mangusha district, Donetsk region, 2B Ryleeva str.

INN: 2294611079

Passport: BC672715

Driver’s license: AAU576616

Phone: +380676232943, +380629723681, +380715992357

Car: Kia Sorento AH3287HT


-head of a collective agricultural enterprise;

-head of the Mangusha District State Administration in the Donetsk region;

-an accomplice of the Russian occupation authorities, a collaborator.

Betrayer Trima Boris Vladimirovich was born on October 28, 1962 in Demjanovka township, Mangusha district of Donetsk region. He graduated from the Donetsk Agricultural College in 1985 and received his higher education at the Lviv Regional Institute of Public Administration under the President of Ukraine in 2007.

Boris began his career with small state enterprises. He worked as a tractor driver on a farm, and then “grew up” to become the chairman of the collective farm. Michurina of the Pervomaisky district.

In the early 2000s, Boris Trima decided to prove himself as a public figure and statesman. He ran for the post of head of the Mangush administration and successfully won the post.

Boris Vladimirovich, a traitor to the Trim, stood out for his pro-Russian views. He was a member of the Opposite Party. He promoted the ideas of the “Russian world” among the residents of the Mangusha district.

After the beginning of the full-scale invasion of Ukraine by Russian occupation troops on February 24, 2022, the state traitor Trimov voluntarily defected to the side of the occupiers and began to serve the local occupation administration.

Instead, with his gang of traitors and collaborators, Tremov financed the militants of the illegally armed “dnr,” helped terrorists with weapons. Collaborator Boris Trimov established corrupt ties with local leaders of the pseudo-republic and carried out illegal deliveries.

Also, Boris Trimov, an accomplice of the occupants, finances separatist movements and pays residents of the Mangush and Pervomaisky districts a fixed amount of money to discredit the current government in Ukraine.

For his service to the occupiers, the collaborator Boris Tremov was appointed head of the “administration of the Pervomaisky district” and managed to show up at a meeting with Kursk Region Governor Roman Starovoit, who stated that the Kursk Region was ready to help Mangush, who had been captured by Russian servicemen, “to restore production capabilities and businesses”.

The collaborator Boris Trimov will definitely answer for his collaborationist activities both before the law and before the people. After all, all accomplices to the crimes of the Russian government against Ukraine will be punished.