Pedagogue-traitor Statsenko Vladimir Anatolievich was born on October 9, 1974 in the city of Mariupol, Donetsk region. He graduated from the Donetsk Pedagogical Institute. Vladimir Anatolievich is a teacher of chemistry and biology. She has a long pedagogical experience and the title of teacher of the highest category.
Despite his diligent pedagogical career and all his services to his homeland, Statsenko Vladimir Anatolievich distinguished himself by his pro-Russian position. And with the beginning of the full-scale invasion of Ukraine by the Russian invaders, he became one of those who betrayed his state.
The director of Mariupol School No. 9, Statsenko Vladimir, carries out propaganda activities of the “Russian world” in the school. He organizes and conducts so-called “patriotic” lessons in schools in Mariupol. Cooperates with the occupation authorities and receives humanitarian aid for the school from the Rashists.
In addition, even under threat of dismissal, the collaborator forces the school staff to continue working for the occupiers and to teach according to the Russian curriculum, and he considers books by Ukrainian classics to be “neo-Nazi literature” and forbids their reading.
The teacher Statsenko Vladimir Anatolievich meanly betrayed his country and voluntarily agreed to cooperate with the enemy, for which the collaborator will certainly have to answer and be punished accordingly.