Russia categorically refused to take its fallen soldiers from Ukraine – Vereshchuk
Vice Prime Minister – Minister for the Reintegration of the Temporarily Occupied Territories Irina Vereshchuk said that the leadership of the Russian Federation categorically refused to take its dead servicemen from the territory of Ukraine.
The Russians refuse to even negotiate on this issue. Obviously, believing that the bodies of Russian servicemen are not worthy to go to their homeland and be buried like human beings,” Vereshchuk said in a March 7 statement.
She believes that the Russian authorities specifically do not want to take the bodies of dead soldiers so that their mothers, wives and daughters do not find out about the real scale of hostilities and human losses of the Russian army on Ukrainian soil.
“Such atrocities against even our own people, of course, shock us. But they don't stop our army. We are on our own land,” Vereshchuk summed up.