Wounded veteran of Donbas conflict died in U.S. hospital
The fighter was severely injured in November 2014
A Ukrainian trooper who served with the Armed Forces died while undergoing treatment in a clinic in the United States. Andriy Lysenko, Speaker of the Presidential Adminsitration, said this at a briefing on Monday, which was broadcasted by 112 Ukraine TV channel.
“A serviceman of Ukraine’s Armed Forces died in New Haven, Connecticut, while undergoing treatement in a local clinic. He was heavily wounded during Donbas conflict, near Schastya town, Luhansk region, in November 2014”, Lysenko said.
Earlier today, Ukraine's Chief Military Prosecutor Anatoliy Matios reported that, since spring 2014, above 9 thousand Ukrainian servicemen have suffered due to Russian aggression in Ukraine.
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