STORY: “Another exchange of prisoners of war. We managed to release 12 of our people. Among them - four Navy servicemen, two National Guardsmen, border guards, one from Territorial Defense, as well as three civilians,” Yermak said in a post on social media on Saturday (November 26).
He added that warriors who defended Mariupol, Chornobyl nuclear power plant, and Snake Island are coming back home.
Nine Russian prisoners of war were released as part of a prisoner exchange with Ukraine on Saturday, Russian news agencies reported, citing Moscow's defense ministry.