Ukraine brings home another 64 of its soldiers from Russian captivity
64 Ukrainian defenders returned home as a result of the exchange (Photo:t.me/ermaka2022)
Ukraine has returned another 64 of its soldiers from Russian captivity, Presidential Chief-of-Staff Andriy Yermak announced on the Telegram messenger on Dec. 14.
According to Yermak, those released included Ukrainian officers, privates and sergeants who were captured in the Donetsk and Luhansk sections of the front. In particular, some of the released prisoners of war took part in the defense of the town of Bakhmut, Donetsk Oblast.
The official noted that Ukraine had also managed to release U.S. citizen Suedi Murekezi from Russian captivity.
In addition, Ukraine recovered the bodies of four deceased Ukrainian soldiers.
Another exchange of prisoners took place on Dec. 6, with 60 Ukrainian servicemen, including defenders of Mariupol and prisoners of Olenivka, released from Russian captivity.
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