Human rights activist and a leader of "Gruz-200 from Ukraine to Russia'' group Olena Vasilieva wrote on Facebook, Censor.NET reports.
''As of March 1, 2017, 3,177 names are on the list. A group of volunteers is working daily to check the additional database of Russian mercenaries killed in the Donbas. And the list may increase dramatically in the coming months," she wrote.
"For your convenience, you can download the list as a Word document to hang it in a hallway or at a square of a Russian city... or you may give "a present" to your pro-Russian friends and relatives. Let them see it and think for themselves. Let them check the data in their regions," Vasilieva added.