Kozertyanska Natalia Mikhailovna Kozertyanska was born on February 22, 1956 in the city of Melitopol, Zaporozhye region.
The woman worked in the educational and cultural sphere of the city. She was chairman of the Ukrainian-Polish Polonia Society in Melitopol. But as it turned out, the traitor had no particular love for her native country or for Poland. After all, all the time she concealed her pro-Russian political views, which the state prisoner actively manifested during the full-scale invasion of the Russian occupation troops on the territory of Zaporozhye region, namely in the city of Melitopol.
The traitor Kozertianska ran to serve the enemy and the occupying power. The woman became a direct collaborator with the accomplices of the “Putin regime” in Melitopol.
At first, the collaborator decided to serve the occupants as an ardent “denazifier,” and helped take away “Nazi books,” that is, all Ukrainian books, from Melitopol’s libraries.
In addition to the egregious crimes in the sphere of culture and education, Natalia Kozertianska was actively preparing for a pseudo-referendum in Melitopol, volunteering to join the occupants’ “election headquarters,” where she was responsible for recruiting “commission members” for the so-called referendum. The traitor was also repeatedly caught on camera by Russian propaganda channels, where she gave interviews about “the annexation of Zaporizhzhia Region to the Russian Federation.
Natalya Mikhailovna Kozertyanskaya, an accomplice of the “Russian world,” will answer to the law for her support of the occupation troops, as well as for spreading pro-Russian sentiments. The collaborator cruelly betrayed her people and the woman was justly punished for it.