Ukraine returns 12 people from captivity, including five seriously wounded
On April 3, 12 people returned to Ukraine, including two civilians who were captured by Russian occupiers in Kharkiv and Mariupol
This was reported by the Coordination Headquarters for the Treatment of Prisoners of War.
The remaining ten are soldiers and non-commissioned officers who were captured, in particular, in the battles for Bakhmut, near the villages of Opytne and Orikhovo-Vasylivka in Donetsk region, near Kreminna and Chervonopopivka in Luhansk region.
"The liberated soldiers belong to the Armed Forces of Ukraine, in particular, the 518th Detached Special Forces Battalion, the 25th Detached Airborne Sicheslav Brigade, the 95th Detached Air Assault Brigade, the 93rd Detached Mechanized Brigade Kholodny Yar, the 56th Detached Motorized Infantry Brigade of Mariupol, the 57th Detached Infantry Battalion," the statement said.