Yulia Dvornichenko - a Ukrainian released from captivity in the Russian Federation finally met her sons

Yulia Dvornichenko – a Ukrainian released from captivity in the Russian Federation finally met her sons

The sons of the ex-captive remained in the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine.

The Ukrainian woman released from captivity in the Russian Federation finally met her sons / photo t.me/vereshchuk_iryna The Ukrainian woman released from captivity in the Russian Federation finally met her sons / photo t.me/vereshchuk_iryna

Two months later, Yulia Dvornichenko, released from Russian captivity, was finally able to meet her sons, who were in the occupied territory.

As reported Minister of Reintegration of the Temporarily Occupied Territories Iryna Vereshchuk, Yulia was released from captivity in mid-October.

“It was a big exchange of prisoners when Ukraine returned home 108 of our women. However, her two sons remained in the temporarily occupied territories: 11-year-old Mark and 18-year-old Danylo,” Vereshchuk said.

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The minister said that immediately after Yulia’s return from captivity, the ministry “immediately started the fight for the return of her sons.”

“Almost two months have passed. Today, the three of them are together in Kyiv. Despite the morning rocket attack, they are happy. The team and I are too,” Vereshchuk wrote and showed a photo of the meeting.

Return of Ukrainian women from captivity in the Russian Federation

On October 17, Ukraine freed 108 women from Russian captivity. The head of the President’s Office, Andriy Yermak, reported that among the released 37 women evacuated from “Azovstal”, 11 female officers and 85 privates and non-commissioned officers. Of them, 35 are defenders from the Armed Forces of Ukraine, 32 are from the Naval Forces, 12 are from the Terro-Defense Force, 8 are from the National Guard (including 2 from “Azov”), 5 are from the State Special Service of Transport, and 4 are from the State Border Guard Service. Another 12 released from captivity are civilians.

Yermak also reported that among those released were girls illegally imprisoned in ORDLO, who were captured even before the large-scale invasion. Since 2019, people have been imprisoned in pseudo-republics for their “too pro-Ukrainian position”, which was expressed in the transportation of humanitarian aid for orphans, fabricated “espionage” and “terrorism”. The head of the OP noted that “it was a nervous exchange.”

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Fuente: espreso.tv

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