The Security Service of Ukraine, based on the testimonies of the prisoners, identified six militants who were personally cruelly mocked captured Ukrainian soldiers and civilian patriots. This was reported on the SBU website.
“In particular, in the published volume there are photos of sadists with nicknames ‘Adrenaline’ and ‘Baton’ who cynically posed at the entrance to the “torture room” against the background of tools for torture and protective clothing from blood,” the statement reads.
“The testimonies of 42 former hostages who were illegally held by militants in inhumane conditions and tortured from 189 to 1083 days, have been made public. This is the sixth documentary, prepared on the results of the interviews with released Ukrainian citizens,” the Security Service said.
The volumes contain fragments of interviews with 435 witnesses of crimes of Russian terrorist groups.
"In full, these materials are properly processed and passed over to international courts as evidence of violations of a number of international conventions by Russia," the SBU stated.
As it was reported earlier, Iryna Gerashchenko, President's Envoy at Minsk peace talks on Donbas said there was no progress in Ukrainian hostages release and search for missing. The hostages' exchange between Ukraine and ORDLO took place on December 27, 2017. 73 Ukrainian prisoners came back home. 233 people were transferred to the occupied territory.