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 "I was held in basement," - liberated ‘Cyborg’ Kolodii describes detention conditions

Ukrainian soldier Taras Kolodii says Russian militants did not try to convert him or force to dig trenches.

As reported by Censor.NET citing UNIAN, the serviceman told a press conference.

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Asked whether the terrorists made attempts to convert him or force to dig trenches, he said: "No, they did not. We were only recovering the wounded from beneath the rubble (of the Donetsk airport - Ed.)."

"I was held in a basement. I was limited by taking daily walks in a small yard over the last six months," the soldier said.

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As reported, the last of the so called 'Cyborgs' - Donetsk airport defenders, Ukrainian soldier Taras Kolodii was liberated from nearly two-year militants' captivity on Dec. 18.

Kolodii, 26, is a native of Lviv. He was called to the colors in August 2014. First, the trooper served in the 80th Airmobile Brigade in Kostiantynivka, and then defended the Donetsk airport. It's there he was captured by the "DPR" militants.
 
 
 
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