As reported by Censor.NET, this was announced by Russian journalist Andey Malygin citing local media.
"Cargo 200. A regular route for a mercenary: Donbas - Syria - cemetery," the title of Malygin's post reads.
Russian media reported that prior to Syria, Nefedov had fought in the Donbas along with local separatists.
His family buried him in March after receiving the body in a coffin.
A week ago, another Russian mercenary Sagaydak, who had fought in the Donbas, was buried in Russia's St. Petersburg.
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