The B sector of the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) forces lost 368 people killed and MIA during the entire Ilovaisk operation in August 2014.
People gathered near the Memorial Wall on Kyiv's Mykhailivska Square to pay tribute to Ukrainian warriors slain in the Ilovaisk encirclement in 2014.
Оn Aug. 24, after the solemn military parade on Khreshchatyk ended, the March of the Unbowed took place in downtown Kyiv, as the families of the Heavenly Hundred Heroes, relatives of the dead and missing Ukrainian soldiers marched along the capital's main street.
Eight Ukrainian military who fought in the Ilovaisk entrapment in August 2014 have remained prisoners of the terrorists for three years now.
According to Prosecutor General Lutsenko, the experts believe the mismatch of peacetime legislation with the military realities to be the cause of the tragedy.
The proper procedure of combat operations planning was violated during prearrangement of the operation in Ilovaisk.
Lutsenko has submitted a report on Ilovaisk related, in particular, to the balance of forces of the Russian occupation troops and the Ukrainian Army.
At 3 p.m., Sept. 2, a meeting of the Parliamentary Committee on National Security and Defense on the probe into the death of Ukrainian soldiers near Ilovaisk and failures at the front in 2014-2015 will take place with the participation of Prosecutor General Yurii Lutsenko.
The military prosecutor's office is conducting a pre-trial investigation of Russia's aggression against Ukraine. The case covers the period from February 2014 until now with the number of files exceeding 800.
On Monday, Aug. 29, First Deputy Prosecutor General of Ukraine Dmytro Storozhuk and First Deputy of Chief Military Prosecutor of Ukraine Zherbytskyi met with relatives of soldiers who were killed near Ilovaisk in August 2014.
On Aug. 28 Ukrainian TV channels aired a new documentary dedicated to the second anniversary of the Ukrainian soldiers’ breakout from Ilovaisk.
Relatives and comrades of Ukrainian soldiers killed in the battle for Ilovaisk picketed the Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine, demanding the resignation of Chief Military Prosecutor Anatolii Matios and transfer of the Ilovaisk case to court.
The Ukrainian capital marks the anniversary of the Ilovaisk tragedy of 2014 on its Mykhailivska (St. Michael's) Square, paying tribute to those killed and missing in the so-called "green corridor" after a violent onslaught by Russian occupants.
A mobile exhibition ‘Checkpoint of Memory’ dedicated to the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) soldiers killed near Ilovaisk and Savur-Mohyla in Aug. 2014, opened today at Mykhailivska Square and on the territory of St. Michael's Monastery in Kyiv.
Soldiers that survived in the battle for Ilovaisk started a rally near the Prosecutor General's Office (PGO), demanding to punish those responsible for the tragedy that happened two years ago.
The monument to the so-called "humanitarian convoys" coming from Russia is being erected at the entrance to the occupied Ilovaisk, near the highway leading to the border with Russia.
Yurii Lutsenko offers all lawmakers without exception to get admission to state secrets to be able to get acquainted with case files and expert findings on the Ilovaisk tragedy inquiry.
On Friday morning, July 15, Prosecutor General Yurii Lutsenko will report in the parliament on the investigation of the encirclement of Ukrainian troops near Ilovaisk.