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Igor Bezler (Template:Lang-uk; born 1965, Simferopol, Crimean Oblast, Ukrainian SSR) is a member of a diversion group and citizen of the Russian Federation. He is suspected in participating of the 2014 Crimean crisis and the 2014 pro-Russian unrest in Ukraine.
Until 2002 he served in detachments of the Russian General Staff GRU retiring as a Lieutenant Colonel. After that Bezler moved to Ukraine.
In February 2014 a communication with him was resumed by some agents of the Russian General Staff GRU. Complying with their instructions, Bezler moved to Crimea where he participated in number of violent events connected with taking over of military installations and government facilities. In April 2014 as a member of a diversion group Bezler participated in taking over SBU headquarters in Donetsk Oblast and the MVS district department in Horlivka.
- SBU searches for the Russian Lt Colonel who was taking over militia in Horlivka. TSN. April 18, 2014
- SBU searches for the Russian Lt Colonel who was taking over militia in Horlivka. Ukrayinska Pravda. April 18, 2014