According to the Telegraph, two former US Army veterans who volunteered in Ukraine were reportedly captured by the Russian army near Kharkiv. The two volunteers from the Kiev troops were reportedly detained last week after a tough battle outside the northeastern city, according to soldiers fighting with them. They are Alexander Drueke, 39, and Andy Huynh, 27, both from Alabama and enlisted in a regular unit in the Ukrainian army. The two volunteers were captured after at least two Britons, Biden Aslin and Shaun Pinner, had already been sentenced to death by a pro-Russian court in Donbass for being considered “mercenaries”.
According to a first story collected by the British newspaper Telegraph, a comrade of the two Americans explained that the capture came after their unit encountered a much larger battalion of Russians than theirs last Thursday: “We were on a mission and da ‘ The whole situation has gone crazy Ukrainian soldiers with the Americans were allegedly caught after receiving false information: “We were told that the city was free, but it turned out that the Russians were already attacking them. They came down the road with two tanks and other armored vehicles and about 100 soldiers. Our team consisted of 10 men”. The Ukrainians had managed to stop a tank with a mine, but the two Americans would have disappeared in the explosion. Like the According to a witness, subsequent searches failed, and the suspicions of the pair’s companions were later confirmed when a r US Telegram channel announced the capture of two American soldiers in the immediate vicinity of Kharkiv.