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Families of Azov fighters worry about their fate

The families of Ukrainian fighters who were at the Azovstal steel plant said on Friday they were worried about the fate of their loved ones after kyiv this week ordered its garrison at the Mariupol plant to stand down. At a press conference by a group of family members in Istanbul, Natalia Zarytska, wife of an Azovstal fighter who had surrendered, said she had not heard from her. husband since a 10 minute exchange of messages on Telegram two days ago. “So my husband sent me a message two days ago and the situation is really difficult and horrible and my husband is on his way from one hell to another hell, from the steelworks in Azovstal to a prison , to captivity,” Zarytska said.


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