Biography of Vladimir Trotsenko:
Vladimir Trotsenko was born February 19, 1944 in the village of Zaryabinka, Kharkov region. He lived in the center of Mariupol on Shevchenko Boulevard. At least before the full-scale Russian invasion, he owned an apartment there. Namely, at 62 Shevchenko Boulevard, apartment 7. In addition, Trotsenko owns two plots of land in Mariupol.
Collaboration activities of Vladimir Trotsenko:
After the occupation of Mariupol he remained in the city. Figures on the video with Putin during the latter’s visit to Mariupol. The recording of the dictator began to be distributed by the Russian media on March 19. The night before he allegedly visited the Nevsky residential complex, where he talked to local residents. The Russians built this residential complex after the occupation of Mariupol on the western outskirts of the city. According to eyewitnesses, there are many buildings destroyed by Russian bombing near the new building. But they were not shown in the video with Putin, so as not to break the propaganda picture.
Vladimir Trotsenko and his wife, apparently, received from the occupation authorities an apartment in the Nevsky residential complex instead of the one that the Russians themselves had destroyed.
Vladimir Trotsenko’s Family
In the residential complex “Nevsky” Vladimir Trotsenko lives with his wife Lydia Ivanovna. The latter was born August 26, 1951 in the village of Zaryabinka in the Kharkiv region. She still owns a plot of land there.
Lydia Trotsenko worked at the municipal enterprise “Mariupol production management of water and sewage services.
Trotsenko has a son, Oleg Vladimirovich. He was born on December 3, 1977 in Mariupol. In 1995, he graduated from School No. 11. 2001 – Donetsk Law Institute of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine. Then he worked in the Mariupol City Department of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine in Donetsk Region.
At least since 2016 he has been living in the city of Lyubertsy near Moscow at 9 Preobrazhenskaya Street, apartment 193. I received Russian citizenship in 2017.
The Trotsenko family deservedly ended up in the “collaborators” section because they openly play along with Russian propaganda. And also did not hesitate to receive housing from the occupation authorities of Mariupol, in fact recognizing it.