We will not stop until we have returned all our heroes – Yermak

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Peter Kavinsky

Ukraine continues to work for the release of all its citizens detained on the Russian side.

That said the head of the cabinet of the President of Ukraine Andriy Yermak during a briefing, reports Ukrinform. clutch to the OP’s press service.

“Yesterday, a very important exchange took place for us, which made happy not only the families of our heroes, but also all Ukrainians. Although it seemed an unrealistic mission, especially with regard to the Azov commanders… We will not stop until we have returned all our heroes, all our captured civilians,” he said.

An action plan for the rehabilitation of those returned from captivity will be developed on behalf of President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.

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According to the chief intelligence officer of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, Kirill Budanov, among the 215 people who returned from Russian captivity yesterday, there are 118 National Guardsmen (including 108 fighters from the Azov regiment), 50 soldiers from the Navy of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, 22 defenders from other units of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, nine soldiers from the State Border Service, the National Police and Troops, an employee of the SBU, the State Special Transport Service, the State Customs Service and two civilians.

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A total of 188 people who had previously been evacuated from the Azovstal plant have been released as a result of the exchange. We also managed to return home eight injured during the Russian terrorist attack in occupied Olenivka in the Donetsk region.

This is the next phase of the operation, which we have been carrying out continuously since the prisoners began to appear in our country. This became especially active after Azovstal. This next phase is the largest exchange conducted during the war,” the chief intelligence chief said.

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The interim acting head of the SBU, Vasily Malyuk, added that this was the 20th exchange during the large-scale invasion, a total of 802 citizens of Ukraine were released.

“The 200 people we exchanged directly on the territory of the Chernihiv region yesterday are those for whom we exchanged Mr. Medvedchuk, who is not only Putin’s odious godfather, but a high-quality traitor that we have documented” , he said.

As reported, on September 21, as a result of the exchange, it was possible to return from the Russian captivity more than 200 Ukrainian defenders, including 124 officers, as well as 10 foreigners. Viktor Medvedchuk, suspected of state treason in Ukraine, and another 55 soldiers from the Russian Federation were returned to the Russian side.

Peter Kavinsky

Peter Kavinsky is the Executive Editor at cablefreetv.org

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