SBU shows photos and video of collaborator Kyva’s elimination site
Ukrainian Security Service (SBU) sources have released footage from the site where the collaborator Ilya Kyva was neutralized, confirming the success of the special operation
The Security Service of Ukraine conducted the operation in the Moscow region. According to information obtained by Censor.NET, a former MP, Ilya Kyva, was eliminated in the operation.
The provided photo reveals Kyva's lifeless body lying in the snow, accompanied by bloodstains in close proximity. The exclusive video captures the observation post where the operation to apprehend the traitor unfolded, a location frequently used by Kyva for filming his anti-Ukrainian videos.
Sources within the SBU indicate that Kyva had been under surveillance for an extended period, with thorough investigations into his routes, movements, daily activities, and habits. Despite the heavy security surrounding the ex-MP, the SBU successfully carried out the operation in the Moscow region.
Earlier, Espreso reported on the former Ukrainian MP found dead in the Mosсow region.
According to Russian propaganda media outlet RIA-Novosti, the body of a likely former lawmaker of the Verkhovna Rada, Kyva, was found in the village of Suponevo, Odintsovo district, Moscow region.
This was reported by the Russian propaganda media outlet RIA-Novosti.
"The body of a likely former lawmaker of the Verkhovna Rada, Kyva, was found in the village of Suponevo, Odintsovo district, Moscow region," the Russians said in a statement.
What is known about Kyva?
Kyva was a former member of the Ukrainian parliament from the banned political party OPFL (2019-2022), former member of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on Law Enforcement, and former advisor to the Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Arsen Avakov.
The politician left Ukraine before the start of the full-scale invasion, first to Spain and later to Russia. On March 6, 2022, the then Prosecutor General Iryna Venediktova signed a suspicion of treason against Kyva, and on March 10, the court remanded the MP in absentia in the treason case. On March 15, he was deprived of his parliamentary mandate.
In April 2023, Kyva applied for political asylum from Russian President Putin, and in August he was notified in absentia of suspicion for calling for the overthrow of the constitutional order.
On November 13, the Lychakivskyi Court of Lviv issued a guilty verdict in the case against former MP Illia Kyva.