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The occupiers "sentenced" the beloved of the released policewoman Checheliuk to 25 years in prison: he courageously defended Mariupol

Russia "sentenced" Mariana Checheliuk's boyfriend to 25 years in prison

The aggressor country Russia has "sentenced" Vladyslav Andrianov, a defender of Mariupol from Azov, to 25 years in prison. The Ukrainian soldier is the boyfriend of police officer Mariana Checheliuk, who was released from Russian captivity on May 31.

Checheliuk herself told about this on her account on the social network Tik-Tok, posting a video. They were together in the bunkers of Azovstal before the defenders of Mariupol received an order to leave the plant.

Mariana said that Vladyslav survived the terrorist attack that Russia organized in the colony in Olenivka. She noted that she will fight to get Russia to release her beloved.

The occupiers ''sentenced'' the beloved of the released policewoman Checheliuk to 25 years in prison: he courageously defended Mariupol
The occupiers ''sentenced'' the beloved of the released policewoman Checheliuk to 25 years in prison: he courageously defended Mariupol

"My husband, the other half of my broken heart. He survived the terrorist attack in Olenivka. He bravely defended Mariupol. Now he is serving 25 years in Russian captivity," she wrote.

The occupiers ''sentenced'' the beloved of the released policewoman Checheliuk to 25 years in prison: he courageously defended Mariupol

"In captivity, I had a dream that when I returned, you would meet me from captivity. For two years I believed that you were already home. It was a big blow to my heart when I learned that you were gone... Hold on, my love, soon we will bring you back and your suffering will be over. We will return to the happy life that was so abruptly cut short by the war," the girl wrote.

Russian propaganda outlets wrote that Vladyslav Andrianov's trial was held in the fake "DPR" on November 22, 2023. Russian criminals sentenced him to 25 years in prison.

The occupiers ''sentenced'' the beloved of the released policewoman Checheliuk to 25 years in prison: he courageously defended Mariupol
The occupiers ''sentenced'' the beloved of the released policewoman Checheliuk to 25 years in prison: he courageously defended Mariupol
The occupiers ''sentenced'' the beloved of the released policewoman Checheliuk to 25 years in prison: he courageously defended Mariupol

As a reminder, Russia held Mariana Checheliuk in captivity for two years. The girl's family did not have time to leave Mariupol before the massive enemy shelling, so Mariana and her sister Alina lived in the shelter of Azovstal.

Representatives of the UN and the Red Cross promised to take civilians from Azovstal to the territory controlled by the Ukrainian authorities. Instead, they were taken to a Russian-occupied village, directly to be filtered by the invaders.

The parents managed to get Alina out, but the Russians sent Mariana to a detention center in Donetsk. Then the girl was sent to a penal colony in Olenivka and then transferred to prisons in Taganrog and Volgograd.

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