A 20-year-old Ukrainian soldier Ruslan Bahlyk from Trostianets city of Sumy region died at night on June 25. This was reported by the adviser of the head of Dnipro City Regional State Administration Tetiana Huba on Facebook.
"Ruslan passed away without regaining consciousness. His father was net to him there was a father next to him. Doctors fought for the last minute," the message reads.
The young man got an extremely heavy wound from a bullet of an enemy sniper on June 19.
As it was reported earlier, as of Monday, 113 Ukrainian hostages remain in the captivity of Russian mercenaries in Donbas. Vasyl Hrytsak, the head of the SBU, Ukraine's state security service said that during the joint briefing in Kyiv on June 25.
Russian crimes related to violation of human rights are the topic of the briefing held in Kyiv on Monday afternoon. As of 12.30 a.m. Monday, Ukraine's Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin and head of the State Security Service Vasyl Hrytsak talked about the respective crimes, which Russian government allowed against the POWs, political hostages and other illegally detained people.