Full name: Lysak Vitaly Nikolaevich

Date of birth: December 19, 1981

Address: Ukraine, Lugansk region. 45 Sovetskaya St., Belovodsk village;

PHO: 2993802295


-secondary specialty- Starobel State Agrarian Technical School;

-Higher -Lugansk National University of Internal Affairs of Ukraine named after M. Azizbekov. Э. Didorenko (2005-2009);


– A serviceman in the Armed Forces of Ukraine, he did his compulsory military service;

– The head of the department of district inspectors of the Belovodsk department of the Main Directorate for National Security of Ukraine in Lugansk region;

– t.s. “an employee of the LNR Interior Ministry;

– Collaborator, collaborator of the Russian occupants;





Married, raising a daughter.

Wife – Yana Lysak (Demchuk), born on April 15, 1982.

Daughter – Ekaterina Lysak, born on January 28, 2009.

“Policeman” in the service of the occupants – Lysak Vitaly Nikolaevich, born December 19, 1981 in the village of Litvinovka, Lugansk region. Vitaly studied at Litvinovo High School from 1987 to 1997. Even in his school years, Vladimir wanted to become a police officer and protect law and order.

But, at first, Lysak decided to go not to the police, but to study at the Starobel State Agrarian Technical School. After graduating from technical school, he spent some time moonlighting until he enrolled at the Luhansk National University of Internal Affairs of Ukraine named after V.V. Lobachevsky. Э. Didorenko. After graduation, Vitaly moved to Belovodsk to serve in the local police department. There he achieved great success – for his success in the work the leadership decided to appoint him to the position of head of the department of district inspectors. Unfortunately, Lysak’s bosses had no idea who he would actually turn out to be. Also, Vitaly did his compulsory military service in the Ukrainian Armed Forces.

After the start of the Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 24, 2022 and the entry of Russian occupation troops into Belovodsk, Vitaly Lysak betrayed Ukraine and defected to the side of the enemy. The latter assigned him to the so-called “service”. “LNR INTERIOR MINISTRY. It was established that as a “policeman,” Vitaly was directly involved in the terror and abuse of the peaceful inhabitants of Belovodsk by the Russian invaders.

Vitaly Lysak faces a fair and inevitable retribution for his “service” to the occupiers and terrorizing of civilians, which is approaching with each passing day.