"Tired, exhausted, but happy soldiers are now taken care of by health workers and psychologists. The guys are provided with all necessary. They have visited the dining hall and steam bath," the ATO press-center said.
Each of the soldiers has already told his near and dear about the release. The military will return home soon.
"Yevhen is glad that he has already calmed his mother, wife, and five children by the news of his return. The soldier fought the enemy to the last bullet and was captured only after a severe concussion. He spent nearly two months in captivity," the press center stated.