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 Families of 131 Russian Servicemen Who “Gone Astray” Turned to SBU for Aid - Lubkivskyi

Relatives of 131 Russian servicemen who, they believed, could be missing in action in the east of Ukraine addressed to the Security Service of Ukraine.

This was reported by the Adviser to the Head of the SBU Markiian Lubkivskyi reported this, Censor.NET informs citing Interfax-Ukraine.

"We have received and registered statements on search for 131 Russian soldiers whose fate is unknown and who could, in fact, become victims of the Russian regime, being sent to the war against Ukraine," Lubkivskii said Wednesday.

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The SBU Head's Adviser urged Russian mothers and families who are looking for their relatives to unite and appeal to the Security Service of Ukraine to search for their near and dear ones. "We are ready to provide them with comprehensive cooperation in terms of search," he said.

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