It became inconvenient for the Russian police to keep an eye on the traitor.
Former Ukrainian people's deputy, fugitive traitor Ilya Kiva was liquidated in the Russian Federation, because he himself and the Russian special services underestimated the capabilities of the Ukrainian special services.
This opinion was shared by the editor-in-chief of the After Empire portal, political analyst Olga Kurnosova, on the FreeDom channel.
According to her, the ex-people's deputy “ran, ran and finally ran himself into trouble.” The expert added that Kiva had a guard, but “he was not important enough to be protected by the Federal Security Service.” Kurnosova added that the fugitive “was no one” in Russia.
“Everyone is already a little uncomfortable. I think that he had no idea at all, although he said that he was being followed. However, he still went to the nearest forest to record his videos and, in general, apparently did not take the Security Service of Ukraine seriously enough...” Kurnosova said.
In her opinion, it was inconvenient for the Russian police to keep an eye on the traitor. “He still lived in some more or less closed village, where the perimeter was somehow guarded. It is clear that he is not Putin (Russian dictator Vladimir Putin — edit.), so that he can be provided with something quite like this. Therefore, in my opinion, the Russian special services underestimate the capabilities of the Ukrainian special services on Russian territory...”, added the editor-in-chief.