There would also be Sviatoslav Palamar, deputy commander of the Azov Battalion, among the Ukrainian defenders who in the past few hours have left the Azovstal steel mill surrendering to Russian forces. This was reported by the ‘Kyiv Post’ website, citing pro-Russian media. According to Moscow, a total of 1,730 Ukrainian Azovstal soldiers have surrendered to Russian forces in recent days, 771 of whom have done so in the last 24 hours. Read also Two commanders of the Azov battalion have meanwhile been added by Moscow to the wanted list. This was announced by the Ministry of the Interior. They are Sergey Velichko, 28, and Konstantin Nemichev, 26. Both are originally from Kharkiv. The investigating committee accused Velichko and Nemichev in absentia of complicity in an attempt on the lives of at least eight Russian soldiers in the Kharkiv region.
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