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Pitbull Dog Returned In Prisoner Exchange Between Russia and Ukraine

Pitbull Dog Returned In Prisoner Exchange Between Russia and Ukraine

It has been reported that the pitbull dog, which was abducted by Russian soldiers during the prisoner exchange between Russia and Ukraine on 31 December, was also returned to Ukraine.

An interesting event took place in the ongoing war between Ukraine and Russia. The exchange between the two countries surprised everyone. Andriy Yermak, Head of the Presidential Office of Ukraine, announced in his post on his Telegram account that a “famous” pitbull dog was returned to Ukraine as part of the prisoner exchange with the Russian side on December 31, 2022.

“WE BRING BACK THE FAMOUS DOGS”

Sharing the photo of the dog, Yermak said, “We are also bringing back Azovstal’s famous dog.” made statements. The dog, taken from Azovstal by Russian soldiers in the early stages of the war, was delivered to the Russian President of Chechnya, Ramazan Kadyrov. As part of the prisoner exchange, 140 Ukrainian and 82 Russian soldiers were released.

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TODAY, 1596 UKRAINE MILITARY HAVE BEEN FREE

On the other hand, the Ministry of Reintegration of the Temporarily Occupied Territories of Ukraine announced that 1596 Ukrainians were released in 2022 thanks to the prisoner exchange with Russia. In the written statement made by the Ministry, the figures regarding the prisoner exchange between Russia and Ukraine in 2022 were shared.

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THE SAME NUMBER OF RUSSIANS LEFT

In the statement, which noted that 1592 Ukrainian citizens were released as a result of the prisoner exchange with the Russian side last year, “1596 people were returned from enemy captivity in 2022. 1464 soldiers and 132 civilians were released from Russian captivity.” expressions are used. In the statement, it was stated that the people who survived captivity were given social and health support by the state.

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