The Belongings of UAF Soldiers Killed near Ilovaisk Were Unearthed in Dnepropetrovsk

Translated by Ollie Richardson & Angelina Siard


In the Dnepropetrovsk region Ukrainian volunteers found a large burial of bags with the personal belongings of the military personnel of the Armed Forces of Ukraine who were killed near Ilovaisk.

According to locals, they took part in the burial, dug holes and buried the bags under the soil, but stray dogs often dug holes and carried things around the area.

This was reported by the deputy of the city council of Krivoy Rog Nikolay Kolesnik on his Facebook page.

“Guess what I am engaged in on the day of celebrating the anniversary of the creation of ‘Krivbass’? I am digging up the earth in search of material evidence along with representatives of the Evacuation 200 [dead persons – ed] team. We already dug out a uniform, boots, holsters, and bags with labels of the morgue. They are all the Ilovaisk guys,” wrote Kolesnik.

Nikolay Kolesnik is sure that the bags were brought here in 2014 and were buried in the soil.

Volunteers found several dozens of bags with the belongings of perished “ATO” militants on farm land near the village of Taromskoye in the Dnepropetrovsk region.

“The former head of the Taromskoye police station brought 36 bags to one of the agricultural enterprises and ‘forgot’ to take them away. According to the owner of the agricultural enterprise, he didn’t take the call and didn’t react to appeals to take away these bags,” noted Kolesnik.

“These bags need to be not dug down, but to be properly buried. We called 102 and we sit and wait. We wanted to film it, but our hands are trembling,” wrote the deputy of the City Council on his Facebook page.

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