Released from militant captivity Ukrainians shared their plans for future

Source : 112 Ukraine

Finishing university, returning to work, seeing relatives - these are the plans of those who were released from militant captivity in Donbas
20:23, 3 January 2018

The Ukrainians released from militant captivity told about their future plans and a process of rehabilitation.

Mykola Herasymenko
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 Mykola Herasymenko, a soldier of separate motorized infantry battalion Kryvbass, is at a military hospital now. He says that he is ready to talk to the security service staff. As we informed earlier, Ukraine's security service, the SBU was going to interview the released captives, including conducting counter-intelligence interrogations.

“As for me personally, I wasn’t checked, although I’m not against it and am waiting for this moment. I won’t argue, I am in favor of this. However, can’t speak for my comrades,” he said. 

Oleksandr Kalin
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Serviceman of 2nd Goryn battalion Oleksandr Kalin said he expected to return to his work after the rehabilitation.

“First of all, the rehabilitation, then work. My former boss has already called and told me that they were waiting for me to return. I’m still employed according to the documents,” he said.

He added that they are going through the psychosocial rehabilitation and examinations.

Released from captivity Artem Akhmerov said he would like to finish his studies at the university and help in future exchanges.

“After the treatment, I would like, first of all, to finish university, and secondly, I don’t know about work, but I would really like to help in the upcoming prisoner exchanges,” he said.

In his turn, Ihor Yakovenko said he would like to meet his relatives, who were in the occupied territory.

Related: Russian security service hunts down Ukrainians, - SBU

Related: First meeting on new prisoner exchange to take place on Jan 5, - Ministry of Justice

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