, law enforcement officers reported suspicion of a 32-year-old "blogger" who called on Russian President Vladimir Putin to "bomb Ukraine more actively" on social networks.    

This was reported by the press service of the National Police in the Odesa region.

Thus, the propagandist distributed publications in the Tik Tok and Telegram social networks in which she supported and justified Russia's armed aggression against Ukraine.

In her videos, the "blogger" called on the Kremlin dictator Putin to bomb the territory of Ukraine as actively as possible and take revenge for the Crimean bridge.

The woman spoke disparagingly about Ukrainians and assured that she was ready to pay any price for the onset of "Russian peace".

"Based on the availability of sufficient evidence collected by the law enforcement officers during the pre-trial investigation, investigators under the procedural guidance of the Primorye District Prosecutor's Office of the city of Odesa informed the defendant of the suspicion of collaborative activity, which is provided for in Part 1 of Article 111-1 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine. This is about public calls to a citizen of Ukraine to support the decisions and actions of the aggressor state," the police said.

Ukrainian bloggers who support Russia's war

A resident of the Poltava region, who fled the war to Poland, said that she wants to be friends with "brotherly" Russia, and those Ukrainians, and those who do not agree with this,

should leave Ukraine

. She also said that she is "waiting for Russia in Ukraine". 

A blogger from Dnipro was also noted, who stated that

allegedly "genocide is going on"

and called on Ukrainians to "overthrow the government" due to a power outage.

She later apologized for what she said. 

Another blogger from Ivano-Frankivsk said that she herself is partly Russian, Ukraine is losing the war, and Ukrainians are "

the dumbest people." 

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