Ukraine gains back three marines from Russian captivity, says Ukrainian Navy
Ukraine gains back three marines from Russian captivity (Photo:Військово-морські сили ЗС України/Telegram)
Three marines of Ukraine’s Marine Battalion have been released from Russian captivity, the Ukrainian Navy reported on Nov. 19.
The soldiers are being provided with medical and psychological aid.
"The Ukrainian Navy has proved once again that we mean it when we say ‘We never leave a man behind,’" the report reads.
Another prisoners-of-war swap between Ukraine and Russia was carried out on Oct. 29, in which 50 Ukrainian soldiers and two civilians were released by the Russians.
On Oct. 17, 108 Ukrainian women were released from Russian captivity, including pregnant women.
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