Journalists of the We Can Explain Telegram channel found out the identities of some captured Russians, whom the Russian Volunteer Corps promised to hand over to the governor of the Belgorod Region, Vyacheslav Gladkov, if he came to the meeting. Here are their names:
Roman Gomenyuk, born in 1978 - standing in the back row, far right,
Yuri Martynov, sailor - sitting in the front row, far right,
Aleksey Khamitsky - sitting in the front row, wrapped in a blanket,
Dmitry Ermakov, born in 1979, third from the right in the back row.
All four prisoners come from the city of Velikiye Luki, Pskov region, the channel notes.
Earlier, the RDK appointed Gladkov a meeting in Novaya Tavolzhanka. Gladkov, in response to this, called the RDK "scoundrels, scoundrels and fascists", expressed the hope that "they would all be destroyed", and offered to transfer the prisoners, if they had not yet been killed, to the Shebekino checkpoint.
In a response video, RDK commander Denis Kapustin showed several more captured Russians, as well as those who participated in the previous video, showing that they were alive. In total, judging by the video, there are 13 people in captivity, three of them are on couches in a serious condition. At the same time, Kapustin noted that the head of the Wagner PMC, Yevgeny Prigozhin, "found the courage" to agree to the terms of the Russian Volunteer Corps. The RDK commander promised to hand over the Russian military to the Ukrainian side. According to Kapustin, they will replenish the exchange fund.