Full name: Kovalchuk Vladimir Petrovich

Date of birth: October 26, 1970

Place of birth: Kharkiv region, Izium

Places of residence:

Kharkiv region, Izyum, Nadozernaya street, 25, sq. 1;

Kharkiv region, Izium, Southern lane, 7, sq. 1;

Kharkov region, Izyum, Singing Lane, 4;

Kharkiv region, Izyum, Grabovsky lane, 1


Kharkov region, Izyum, School № 6, 1977-1985;

Ukrainian Correspondence Polytechnic Institute, Department of Thermal Power Engineering

Identification number: 2568316433

Mobile number: +380669304771

Occupation: Collaborator, henchman of the occupation troops


The Political Way:

2013 – Deputy of Izyum City Council of the 6th convocation;

2018 – Deputy of Izyum City Council from the political party “Nova Derzhava”;

2018 – deputy of Izyum City Council from the political party “opzj”;

2020 – deputy of Izyum city council of the 7th convocation.

Principal activities:

He went over to the side of the occupant, which, in principle, is not surprising, as for such an odious politician as Kovalchuk Vladimir.

Long a supporter of the Communist Party of Ukraine, to this day spreads the ideas
“of the Russian world.”
and communist system. An admirer of the Soviet Union, he has a special interest and curiosity in the leaders of the Communist system and the Soviet Union, as evidenced by his pages in social networks.

At the same time, it is very difficult to imagine how this man got into politics and has anything to do with the political establishment at all. Constantly criticizes the military and political leadership of Ukraine. Condemns the political actions of the 5th President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko regarding the beginning of the process of European integration. However, Vladimir Petrovich supports the actions of former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych and believes that Euromaidan launched an escalation of relations between the two fraternal nations, Ukraine and Russia. I am sure that if Yanukovych had remained in power, there would not have been a war in eastern Ukraine, and he also believes that Ukraine would have lived better as part of the Russian Federation than it does now, having chosen the course of European integration.

The beginning of a large-scale war by the Russian Federation against Ukraine was perceived as a unique opportunity to restore the former territories and reunify the former territories of the USSR into a single state.

Together with Anatoly Fomichevsky, a deputy of the Izyum city council, he facilitated the unimpeded passage of Russian occupation troops to Izyum.

He discredited the military and political leadership of Ukraine in the shelling of civilian infrastructure and civilians in Izyum.