Full name: Belokon Lyubov Fedorovna

Date of birth: May 19, 1960

Address: Ukraine, Kherson region, Kherson, Tarle street, д. 4, bld. 2, sq. 116;

DRFO: 2205420542



Higher – International University of Business and Law, specialty accounting and audit (2004-2008);


– Specialist of the Financial Support Department of the Main Directorate for National Security of Ukraine in the Kherson region;

– a pensioner of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine;

– t.s. “an employee of the occupation police in Kherson;

– Collaborator, collaborator of the Russian occupants;






Married, with a son.

Victor Vladimirovich Belokon, born on July 9, 1981.

His grandson is Semyon Viktorovich Belokon.

Accountant, pensioner and traitor Lyubov Fedorovna Belokon, maiden name Overko, was born on May 19, 1960 in the village of Gunovka, Veliko Belozero district, Zaporozhye region. During her school years, Luba was very fond of mathematics, and she connected her future life with finance. At the same time, she does not stay in her native Gunovka and moves to live in Kherson.

For some time Belokon worked in public service in the financial support of various departments, primarily the Interior Ministry. Also, in order to improve her skills, in 2004 she entered the International University of Business and Law, specializing in accounting and auditing. After graduation in 2008, Lubov got a job as a specialist in the department of financial support of the Main Directorate of National Security of Ukraine in the Kherson region. Since Belokon was considered a member of the Interior Ministry, in 2015 she retired on seniority and became a pensioner of the Interior Ministry with the corresponding benefits.

After retirement, Lyubov Belokon enjoys life – caring for her beloved vegetable garden and spending a lot of time with her family. Unfortunately, this idyll collapses with the beginning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 24, 2022. When the Russian occupation forces entered Kherson, the Kremlin handlers who followed them began recruiting “employees” in the so-called “occupation administration.” The offer of “work” was also offered to pensioner Lyubov Belokon. The “employers” backed up their intentions with a good sum of money and guarantees of security for Belokon and her family. Unfortunately, she succumbed to persuasion and betrayed Ukraine by becoming the so-called “an employee of the occupation police of the city of Kherson. Presumably, she holds a “former” position in the so-called “Financial Support Administration.” At the same time, Lyubov did not even try to enter Ukrainian-controlled territory.

Instead of leaving the invaders and leaving with her family for Ukraine-controlled territory, Belokon betrayed the country and her fellow citizens. For this, instead of a quiet life, she will receive the punishment she deserves for her heinous crime.