The retired adviser to the office of the President of Ukraine Oleksiy Arestovich was included in the Peacemaker database. In it, he is called a “professional provocateur” carrying out “public information sabotage.”
The website also notes that Arestovich participated in “acts of humanitarian aggression against Ukraine” and activities that “undermine the country’s defense capability by demoralizing Ukrainian troops.” Another politician was accused of discrediting the state authorities of Ukraine.
On the site, Arestovich’s card is accompanied by a photograph of him in a female form. This is a shot from the movie “Don’t be afraid, I’m there”, where he played a minor role when he was engaged in acting.
Arestovich resigned after he said on January 14 that a rocket that hit a residential building in Dnipro (until 2016 the city was called Dnipropetrovsk) could have been shot down by Ukrainian air defense forces.
These words provoked criticism in the Ukrainian political environment, after which the Verkhovna Rada began collecting signatures for the dismissal of the politician.
On January 17, he wrote a letter of resignation. He indicated that he decided to demonstrate “an example of civilized behavior” in this way.
“Peacemaker” was created in Ukraine in August 2014. The site positions itself as “the Internet representation of the Center for Research on Crimes Against the Foundations of the National Security of the Country, Peace, Security of Citizens.”