Source Pravda.Ru

Luhansk militia discover bodies of Ukrainian soldiers

 

Luhansk militia forces found remains of Ukrainian servicemen, who were killed in July in the village of Zelenopolye, the Luhansk region, reports NTV.

The press service of the Luhansk People's Republic said that there were the bodies of two soldiers found. The bodies will be exhumed to be delivered to relatives, if possible, Interfax reports. 

It goes about the soldiers of the 24th Lviv Mechanized Brigade that suffered heavy losses on the night of July 11, according to the militia. More than 30 Ukrainian soldiers were killed in the fighting near the village of Zelenopolye.

It was one of the largest combat losses of the Ukrainian army during the war in the Donbass. After the fighting, Poroshenko threatened to kill "tens and hundreds" of militia fighters. The commander of the destroyed brigade was fired.

 

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