Full name: Komzyuk Nikolai Grigorievich

Date of birth: May 24, 1974

Address: Ukraine, Kherson region, Genichesk, per. January 9, 10;

DRFO: 2717214535


-Higher – Taurian State Agrotechnological University, Faculty of Energy, specialty automation of agriculture (1992-1997);


– t.s. “an employee of the occupation police of the Russian Federation in Genichesk;

– Collaborator, collaborates with the occupation administration of the Russian Federation;





He is married and has two sons.

His wife is Lyudmila Komzyuk, born on May 15, 1975;

Son – Aleksandr Nikolayevich Komzyuk;

Son – Vadim Nikolaevich Komzyuk, born on June 3, 2000;

The marginal policeman and traitor Nikolai Komzyuk was born on May 24, 1974, in the remote town of Uglegorsk, which is on Sakhalin Island, Russia. Komzyuk studied at an ordinary school No. 2. Nikolai’s childhood years were spent in the harsh environment of the Far Eastern region of the USSR, with all its “charms” in the form of poverty, crime, and lack of perspective.

However, Kolya was lucky and moved from stormy Sakhalin to sunny and warm Melitopol, where he enters the Taurian State Agrotechnological University to study agricultural automation. He did not achieve much success in the agricultural industry and lived an ordinary life of a man, to put it mildly, not of great aspirations – he worked at shift work, vacationed with his family at the sea and raised the same “ordinary” children. In this case, he is not particularly honest and in social networks on a photo with a woman there is a comment in the form of a question: “Daddy, do we have a new mommy?

After the invasion of Ukraine by Russia on February 24, 2022, and the beginning of the temporary occupation of Zaporizhzhia region by Russian troops, Nikolai Komzyuk, sensing the easy profits, betrayed Ukraine and agreed to work for the occupiers. They appointed him to work in the so-called “occupation police in Genichesk,” as Komziuk’s moral ugliness is much in demand during raids on residential neighborhoods in search of resistance fighters. In exchange, his Russian handlers promised him a job with the police in his “native” town of Uglegorsk, and an apartment.

After “working it off,” Nikolai will have a typical end, because traitors are not liked anywhere and are eliminated so that they do not bring problems in the future. The resistance launched a real hunt for the “policemen,” and the partisans would gladly avenge Komziuk for his complicity with the Russian occupiers.