"My brother called me and said that his son, my nephew, was brought to a hospital in Moscow. He lost his legs and is now physically challenged for life. Crimea is damn ours now!" he wrote. Kozlov replied to the wishes of his friends to take courage: "It is Putin who should take courage, not me."
Earlier, participation of the Russian paratroopers from Pskov detachment in the clashes in the East of Ukraine has been repeatedly confirmed: the graves of two paratroopers, Kichatkin and Osipov, were located in Russia. The military restricted access to the cemetery after the journalists visited those graves.