In Chelyabinsk, they said goodbye to the Marine who died in Ukraine

Oleg Kuznetsov

In Chelyabinsk, a farewell ceremony was held for 20-year-old Marine Oleg Kuznetsov, who died during a special military operation in Ukraine in March. This is reported by the publication 74.RU with reference to the stepfather of the deceased. This information was confirmed to the publication in the military registration and enlistment office of the Traktorozavodsky and Leninsky districts.

“Oleg was a man devoted to his Motherland. Since childhood, he dreamed of becoming a sailor with his brother. His brother is the weatherman, he finished serving in the Marine Corps of the Baltic Fleet, and Oleg also went. Year term, then signed the contract. He died on March 6, shortly before his birthday. They were among the first to fight. His body could not be found for a long time, which we just did not experience during this time. Now only farewell, then— cremation and Wednesday— funeral.

Chelyabinsk news agency “First Regional” clarified that Oleg Kuznetsov served under contract in the 336th Separate Guards Marine Brigade of the Baltic Fleet.

Correspondent of “Channel One” Irina Kuksenkova several times reported on the exchange of bodies of the dead, which was carried out by representatives of Russia and Ukraine. The last of these occurred on June 14 at the contact line in the Zaporozhye region, the parties handed over 56 bodies each.

On June 8, Kuksenkova reported that Russia and Ukraine handed over 50 bodies each. Four days earlier, the parties exchanged according to the formula 160 for 160.

Since the beginning of the special military operation in Ukraine, the Russian Defense Ministry has twice given official information on the number of dead: at the beginning and end of March. As of March 25, 1,351 Russian servicemen were killed in Ukraine and 3,825 were wounded.

Ukraine, as Aleksey Arestovich, adviser to the head of the office of the President of Ukraine, said on June 11, since the beginning of the Russian military operation, it has lost up to 10,000 soldiers. According to another adviser, Mikhail Podolyak, daily losses of Ukrainian forces range from 100 to 200 servicemen killed.

In the regions, funerals of soldiers killed in Ukraine are periodically reported.

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