Full name: Eduard Repilevsky

Date of birth: August 18, 1963

Address of residence: Ukraine, Kherson region, Kakhovsky district, village Kamenka, 16 Sovetskaya str.

Last known address: Kherson region, Novotroitskiy district, Novotroitskoye village, Mir street, 23A

Phone: +380688777777, +380501494256, +380686359547

DRFO code: 2324020354

Passport: MO323920

Driver’s license: No PVB012001 issued by the Department of Internal Affairs of the Service of the Genicheskiy, Ivanivskiy, Novotroitskiy districts. category: b, c, d, e.

Position: Deputy of the Kherson Regional Council from the OPLZH, member of the executive committee of the Novokakhovsky City Council



Wife: Repilevskaya Irina Leonidovna, 14.04.1965, DRFO: 2384513627;

Son: Daniel Repilevsky

Anti-Ukrainian and collaborationist activities:

Repilevsky Eduard Viktorovich 18.08.1963 year of birth – voluntarily went to cooperation with the Russian occupants. Also takes part in the aggressor’s propaganda activities.

Deputy of the Kherson Regional Council from OPZZH, a member of the executive committee of Novokakhovsky City Council. The Russian government is urging farmers to register in Crimea, which is occupied by the Russian Federation, and to supply their products there.

Eduard Repilevsky is a former law enforcement officer who, after retiring, was the director of the state enterprise Kakhovskoe Experimental Farm. Since 2014, he has been the general director of Agrobiznes LLC, located in the village of Maryanivka, Kakhovsky District.

Eduard Repilevsky runs his agrarian business together with his son Danil Repilevsky, who is a deputy of the Kherson regional council from the “Servant of the People” party, and his wife Irina Repilevskaya.

Repilevsky realized that he could not rake in as much money as he wanted within the law, and he began to call for Russian authority in the Crimea and Kherson. He helped conduct pseudo-referendums on the annexation of Kherson to the Russian Federation.

In the aftermath of the arrival of the invaders and the lawlessness that followed, he began to squeeze the fields and vegetable gardens from the local citizens and established his own rules for the use of the land.

Together with his son he took over 120 plots of land and six agricultural companies. Forcibly settles the Russian military in the homes of local residents.