Full name: Dmitry Sergeevich Litvinenko

Date of birth: 30.06.1994

Address: Ukraine, Lugansk region. Belovodsk, 7 Selskaya St., and 2 Urozhaynaya St., 7;

PHO: 3451415392

Passport: EN 775122

+380996724140, +380993305849;


– Inspector of the Permit System of the Bilovodsk Branch of the Main Directorate for National Security of Ukraine in the Lugansk Region;

– t.s. “head of the permit system of the Belovodsk department of the LNR Interior Ministry;

– Collaborator, collaborator of the Russian occupants;




Married, no children.

“Politsay” in the service of the occupants – Dmitry Sergeevich Litvinenko, born June 30, 1994 in the village of Belovodsk, Lugansk region. Dmitry would spend most of his life in the village, from his school desk to “working” for the occupiers.

Since his childhood, Litvinenko wanted to work in the police force and was firmly on his way to realizing his dream. After graduating from a specialized university of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, Dmitry returns to Belovodsk and gets a job as an inspector of the permit system at the Belovodsk police department. His main duties in that position were to control, replace, and issue permits, such as firearms possession. Litvinenko’s performance was mediocre, but he did not have any problems with his superiors.

Some time later Litvinenko revealed who he really is. After the start of the Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 24, 2022, and the entry of Russian occupation forces into Belovodsk, he broke the oath and defected to the side of the invaders. The latter decided to “thank” Dmitry for the “right” choice and appointed him “chief” of the so-called “of the permit system of the Belovodskiy branch of the LNR Interior Ministry. This is how Litvinenko became a “policeman” in the service of the enemy. Moreover, to prove his loyalty to his new masters, Dmitri received a “passport” of the so called. “LNR. It was also found that Dmitry Litvinenko was directly involved in the terrorizing of Belovodsk civilians by Russian invaders.

Dmitry Litvinenko’s “service” for the occupiers and his despicable betrayal threatens a severe punishment, which will soon catch up with him.