Head of the so-called ‘People’s Militia’ killed in a car explosion in Luhansk

The head of the so-called ‘People’s Militia’ of the LPR (Luhansk People’s Republic), Oleg Anashchenko, was killed in a car explosion in Luhansk.

His Toyota SUV exploded on Saturday morning in the center of Luhansk killing him and the driver of the car.

This was reported by the separatist media source citing the press service of the People’s Militia of the LPR.

“On February 4, at 7:70 am, on Krasnoznamennaya street, as a result of a terrorist act – car explosion- the head of the directorate of the People’s Militia of Luhansk, Oleg Anashchenko,  was killed,“ the statement reads.

The minister of the State Security of the so-called LPR stated that “this was a well-prepared and deliberate car explosion, according to one of the possible scenarios, prepared by a subversive groups of the enemy, which have recently become active in the republic”.

  Ukraine, LPR