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Die schockierenden Kriegsverletzungen des ukrainischen Soldaten, nachdem POW von Russen gefangen genommen wurde

A UKRAINIAN soldier has revealed his shocking war injuries after the PoW was captured by Russian forces in the besieged town of Mariupol.

Mykhailo Dianov was held captive by Mad Vlad‘s troops for almost four months before being released with 215 others in a prisoner exchange this week.

Mykhailo Dianov was one of 215 fighters released in a prisoner swap with Russia

Mykhailo Dianov was one of 215 fighters released in a prisoner swap with RussiaAnerkennung: AFP
Dianov was subject to barbaric conditions in Russian camps

Dianov was subject to barbaric conditions in Russian campsAnerkennung: Twitter
The soldier was reunited with friends and family at a hospital in Chernihiv, Ukraine

The soldier was reunited with friends and family at a hospital in Chernihiv, UkraineAnerkennung: AP

To show the shocking treatment he endured, a photo of him at the Azovstal steel plant smiling with an arm bandage and flashing a peace sign was twinned up with a picture of him following his release.

The latest photo shows the free ukrainisch smiling but extremely emaciated and pale with scars and bruises on his arm and face.

According to Ukrainian press, his right arm remains unhealed and is missing 4cm of bone.

Dianov was released in a miracle prisoner swap brokered by Saudi Arabia.

The exchange saw Russland erhalten 56 soldiers in return. Among them was Putin’s long-time pal and right-hand man in Ukraine, Viktor Medvedchuk.

Since his release, Dianov has been receiving medical treatment in a city hospital in Chernihiv and has been reunited with his family and friends.

One Ukrainian journalist who commented on the “schrecklich” images online said he hasno wordsto describe what he was seeing.

Mykhailo Dianov, a musician and a Ukrainian soldier recently released in a prisoner exchange.

First photo — Mykhailo during the siege of Azovstal. Second photo — Mykhailo after Russian captivity. I have no words. Terrifying.

Another said they werephysically hurtby seeing Dianov.

What these unbreakable people have survived. They need our help now,” Sie schrieben.

Among those released in the swap were Dianov’s commander Denis Prokopenko, his deputy Svyatoslav Palamar, and Marine commander Serhiy Volynsky and KaterynaBirdiePolishchukwhose singing inside the Azovstal steel works inspired many.

Captive Brit fighters Shaun Pinner, 48, and Aiden Aslin, 28, and John Harding, 59, were also released as part of the deal and have safely returned to the UK.

The men were part of the 2,000-strong Azov battalion captured during the battle of Mariupol and were interned into Russian prison camps that have been likened to concentration camps.

Their release has drawn the ire of hardline Kremlin supporters who have been calling on Azov members to be executed.

In Summe, Russia agreed to release 215 prisoners, including five Azov commanders and 10 foreign prisoners.

Ukrainian defenders of the Azov Regiment held out in seven miles of bomb-proof tunnels at the Azovstal plant in May.

Der Rat ist befugt, einen Fall vor das Amtsgericht zu bringen, wenn er entscheidet, dass es sich um eine gesetzlich vorgeschriebene Belästigung handelt

Aerial images following their surrendered showed smashed and smoking ruins, which bore testament to their courage under a blizzard of Russian missiles, bombs and bullets.

They left after Red Cross and UN officials brokered a deal to swap them for captured Russians.

Dianov was part of the Azov battalion who defended the Azovstal steel plant in May

Dianov was part of the Azov battalion who defended the Azovstal steel plant in MayAnerkennung: AP
Brit fighters Shaun Pinner, 48, and Aiden Aslin, 28, and John Harding, 59, were released in the exchange

Brit fighters Shaun Pinner, 48, and Aiden Aslin, 28, and John Harding, 59, were released in the exchangeAnerkennung: Universal News & Sport
Fast 2,500 Ukrainians surrendered after 82 days of defending Mariupol’s Azovstal steelworks, shown in ruins in this aerial picture

Fast 2,500 Ukrainians surrendered after 82 days of defending Mariupol’s Azovstal steelworks, shown in ruins in this aerial picture