Ukrainian soldier Mykhailo Dianov is among the fortunate ones: in contrast with some of his fellow POWs, he survived russian captivity. This is how russia “adheres” to the Geneva Conventions. This is how russia continues the shameful legacy of Nazism. pic.twitter.com/cJpx7ZWQYo— Defense of Ukraine (@DefenceU) September 23, 2022
Left: Ukrainian marine Mykhailo Dianov inside the Azovstal steel plant during the siege of Mariupol in May.— The Kyiv Independent (@KyivIndependent) September 23, 2022
Right: Dianov in a Kyiv hospital after his release from Russian captivity in late September.
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