Full name: Lydia Nikolayevna Logvinova

Date of birth: 22.02.1957

Address: Ukraine, Kherson region, Oleshkinsky district, village Cossack Camps


– passport officer and t.nz military commandant at the village council;

– an employee of the occupation administration;

– t.nz “specialist of social protection department”


Lidiya Nikolaevna Logvinova, a collaborator of the “Putin regime” in Ukraine, was born in the village of Cossack Camps, Oleshkinskiy district, Kherson region, where she lived until the invasion began. She worked in the post-sporting office and also served as a military commandant at the village council.

After February 24, Lydia Nikolaevna began to support anti-Ukrainian sentiments and became a collaborator of the Rashists herself.

Anti-Ukrainian activities:

After thefull-scale invasion of Ukraine by the Russian invaders, the woman began to actively assist the occupation troops and the provisional leadership in the Kherson region and engaged in collaborationist activities.

Under the occupationLogvinova as well as her kin went to cooperate with the Russians. She agreed to take a job in a fake occupation body – the department of t.nz social protection of the population, where the woman performed organizational and administrative functions under the chairmanship of gauleiters.

The collaborator served the residents of the settlement as “chief specialist of the social protection department” under Russian law and facilitated activities to obtain Russian passports .

Svetlana, in her “position”, performed organizational and administrative functions, recruited personnel for the occupation establishment. It also accepted progress reports, and agreed on plans, programs, and regulations concerning the activities of the occupation agencies.

Lydia Nikolayevna Logvinova will soon have to answer to the people for her complicity with the Russian occupiers. For the punishment for aiding the enemy is inevitable.