Full name: Demchenko Vladimir Vladimirovich

Date of birth: August 21, 1966

Marital status: married

Place of birth: Kharkiv Oblast, Kupyansk

Places of residence:

Kharkiv region, Kupyansk

  • ul. Sakharozavodskaya 2, apt. 56;
  • ul. 181 Michurina St.


Kharkov region, Kupyansk, School № 2

Higher education:

Odessa Engineering and Construction Institute;

Kharkov Civil Engineering Institute

Passport of a citizen of Ukraine: MK514507

Identification number: 2433900630

Driver’s license: BBT372920

Personal vehicle: SsangYong M230

License plate: AX8220SK

Mobile number: +380509247035

Occupation: t.n. head of the Petropavlovsk community from the occupation administration

The political/labor path:

1992 – Kupyansk City Executive Committee, Department of Architecture and Land Management;

1996 – Kupyansk city department of land resources;

1997 – Head of Kupyansk Land Resources Department;

2005 – Executive Committee of Kupyansk City Council;

2007 – Kupyansk city department of land resources;

2011 – Mayor of Kupyansk;

2013 – Head of the Department of the State Land Agency in Kupyansk;

2014 – Mayor of Kupyansk;

2015 – member of the “party of regions;

2017 – Head of the State Geocadastre Department in Kupyansk;

2018 – Deputy Petropavlovsk Village Head of Kupyansk;

-deputy head of the Petropavlovsk community from the occupation authority of Kupiansk.

Activities on the side of the occupier:

He voluntarily defected to the side of the occupant, helping the occupation authorities to improve the places of temporary stay. Gives instructions to locals to help the so-called “liberators”, also invites the local population to go over to the side of the invader.

It spreads the information that the war was started because of Ukraine and Western countries, which wanted to weaken Russia. Repeatedly accused Western countries of interfering in Ukraine’s sovereignty, which led to wrong political decisions, for which Ukraine has been paying since 2014.

He transmitted information to the occupation troops about the locations of Ukrainian military personnel and equipment, which in turn facilitated the unimpeded passage of occupation troops.

Supports Russian aggression and believes that in order to end the war it is necessary to act in accordance with rf requirements.