(ANSA) – ROME, Jan. 11 – Russia’s Wagner Group said in a statement that it had found the lifeless body of a British volunteer who was reported missing in Solidar, eastern Ukraine. TASS reported this, adding that the passports of the two men, Andrew Bagshaw and Christopher Barry, were found on the body. According to the Ukrainian police, the two men have been missing since January 6.
“On January 8, the Ask Wagner keyboard received a search request for two British citizens, Andrew Bagshaw and Christopher Barry, who disappeared in Solidar on January 6. Today, the body of one of them was found carrying passports of both of them,” reports the press service of Yevgeny Prigozhin’s group. , which was reported by TASS, she wrote in Telegram. The two of them, Tass continued, left Kramatorsk for Solidar, and then all communications were cut off. The parents of Bagshaw, who was born in the UK and later moved to New Zealand, said their son had traveled to the conflict zone to help Ukrainians. According to media reports, the two were members of an NGO and helped evacuate civilians. (Dealing).
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