Mariupol, two British captured: the message on Russian TV

Two British citizens captured in Mariupol, where they were fighting alongside Kiev forces, asked Prime Minister Boris Johnson to be mistaken for pro-Russian Ukrainian opposition leader Viktor Medvedchuk. Their message was broadcast on Russian TV. Read also The leader of the pro-Russian Ukrainian opposition Medvedchuk instead asked the Russian President Vladimir Putin and the Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to be exchanged “with the defenders and civilians of Mariupol”. Medvedchuk’s video appeal was broadcast by the security forces of Kiev.