Ex-people’s deputy David Zhvania died in the “gray zone” of the Zaporozhye region

In the Zaporozhye region, near the village of Novopokrovka, on May 9, the former People’s Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada David Zhvania died, a representative of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine said.

The report says that the politician most likely died in an artillery attack, writes “Correspondent”. Interior Ministry officer notesthat the people’s deputy was probably a Russian citizen, and unofficially collaborated with Rosatom, and adds:

There are more questions than answers in this story, especially what he was doing in the “grey zone”.

The “gray zone” is the territory that is not controlled by either Russia or Ukraine. There are active battles going on.

David Zhvania – Ukrainian people’s deputy of three convocations (from 2002 to 2013). During his political activity, he collaborated with various political forces: with the Our Ukraine party, the Christian Democratic Union. The third cadence was in the faction of the Party of Regions. He left the ranks of the party after the news about the dispersal of students on November 29-30, which caused and began the “Revolution of Dignity”.

There is another version of the death of the people’s deputy. According to the former speaker of the LDNR parliament Oleg Tsarev in Telegram, Zhvania was allegedly killed by the SBU, reports “Star”:

“David has recently exposed the Maidan. Long and non-public story why he did it, but the fact remains. For this reason, David was on the list of disloyal and was sentenced by the SBU to be eliminated in the event of a war with Russia. David was killed and the corpse was taken to the gray zone to legalize the death.”

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