Full name: Lolita Gennadyevna Manilenko

Date of birth: 26.09.1960

Place of birth: Ukraine, Donetsk region, Volnovakha district, Dokuchayevsk

Occupation: manager of the sanatorium “Radiant” in Yevpatoria, traitor to Ukraine

Place of residence:

  • Crimea, Sevastopol, 16a Istomina Street, kv.18
  • rf, Moscow region, Balashikha district, Zarya settlement, Sadovaya street, 8/3, sq. 23


TIN: 2218424761 (Ukrainian)

Passport: AR 241848 (Ukrainian)

Passport: 78 14 047373 (Russian)



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Biography of Lolita Manilenko

Lolita Manilenko was born September 26, 1960 – presumably in Dokuchaevsk, Donetsk Oblast. Before the occupation of Crimea, she lived in Sevastopol as a citizen of Ukraine. In the early 2000s, she worked at the Sebastopol school “Unity”, the enterprises “Fora-Breeze” and “Larand Ltd. From 2010 to 2013, she was a private entrepreneur, specializing in the production of baby food. After the illegal annexation, she stayed on the peninsula and decided to cooperate with the occupiers.

Lolita Manilenko: Collaborationism

The sanatorium “Radiant” in Evpatoria, which is managed by Manilenko, is located on Druzhba Alley, 31. Previously, Manilenko ran Camp Dolphin located between Sevastopol and Yevpatoriya. In October 2022, the occupying authorities of Kherson (shortly before the city was liberated by the Ukrainian military – note), has taken out thousands of Ukrainian children and placed them in several camps in Yevpatoria, including the sanatorium “Luchistyi”. The children were promised a two-week “vacation,” but later they were held there for more than six months. And some haven’t come back until now.

In February 2023, the Kherson collaborator Tatyana Kuzmich, which is responsible for transporting Ukrainian children to camps, visited Crimea. During this visit, she met with Lolita Manilenko. The latter lied that all parents “are grateful to both the administration and the teachers for their sensitive, attentive attitude toward their children.

Judging by the testimony of minors who managed to return to Ukraine, they were brutally abused. For any manifestation of national identity: patriotic slogans and Ukrainian symbols, they were severely punished, up to and including beatings, locked in the basement, and had their phones taken away.

Every day the children were told that Ukraine would soon be gone, so they had to adapt to the “new realities” or else “there would be problems. In fact, they tried to “turn Ukrainian schoolchildren and students into Russians” in Rashist-controlled sanatoriums. Such actions, a forced change of ethnicity, fall under the concept of genocide. Lolita Manilenko’s involvement in this crime has already been recorded.