As reported by Censor.NET, the memorial service for Temur Yuldashev was attended by the relatives, friends, and fellows-in-arms of the deceased hero.
Viola Yuldasheva, Yuldashev's widow
Maksym Muzyka fought together with Yuldashev at Savur-Mohyla.
As reported, Temur Yuldashev led the Luhansk self-defense in the beginning of the events in the East of Ukraine in the spring of 2014.
Yuldashev was captured by the Russian militants late April 2014. They held him in captivity in the seized SBU headquarters in Luhansk for 35 days. Temur Yuldashev was liberated June 2 and arrived in Kyiv June 14. He decided to continue the struggle for the independence and unity of Ukraine and later amassed volunteers from the western regions of Ukraine in Lutsk. Yuldashev was among the defenders of Savur-Mohyla as part of the combined force of Ukrainian commandos led by Hero of Ukraine Colonel Hordiichuk in late August. Temur Yuldashev was killed by a sniper Aug. 26, 2014. Temur's body was found at Savur-Mohyla and identified in March 2015. The Ukrainian hero was buried in the Lukyanivka military cemetery in Kyiv May 26, 2015. His tomb is located on the main alley right next to the cemetery entrance.
Temur Yuldashev was awarded the People's Hero of Ukraine Order (posthumously) and the Order for Personal Courage 3rd class (posthumously).
Photos and video courtesy of Oleh Bohachuk