Dmitriy Borisovich traded the interests of Ukraine and betrayed the oath of office, and all this was done for his own selfish purposes. Dmitry’s colleagues characterized him as a man who lacked the moral principles and standards of a real officer.
The proposal to defect to the side of the occupant was instantly accepted. I was making lists of employees who would not mind joining the Russian Federation. At the same time, Dmytro passed addresses and personal data on those employees who were hesitant to go over to the side of the occupier, and those who made the final decision to stay on the side of Ukraine to the occupier.
Having defected to the Russian Federation, he discredited the top military and political leadership of Ukraine and criticized the decisions made by the Ukrainian leadership regarding the course towards European integration. Prior to the occupation of parts of the Luhansk and Donetsk regions, he was in favor of strengthening ties and improving integration with Russia.