Roman Malyk, military commissar of the Partizansky and Lazovsky regions, was found dead in Primorye. This is reported by local media.
The administration of the Partizansky urban district on its page on VKontakte writes that Malyk died of cardiac arrest:
“The heart of a strong and courageous man stopped, who went through “hot spots”, but did not break under the weight of severe military events and heavy losses.”
The Time of Changes and Baikal 24 publications report that signs of suicide were found on Malyk's body. Amur Mash writes that the body of the military commissar was found on the evening of October 14 near the fence of a house on Seledtsova Street. At the same time, the publication emphasizes that Malyk's relatives do not believe that he committed suicide. Law enforcement agencies have not commented on the incident.
On September 25, four days after the announcement of mobilization, Alexander Eliseev, the head of the local military commissariat, was shot at his workplace in Ust-Ilim. The shooter's name is Ruslan Zinin. During interrogation, he explained his act by the fact that his brother received a summons, and earlier his friend had died in the war.