Two British died in Soledar

British Foreign Ministry confirmed the death of two citizens of the kingdom in the Soledar region.

On Tuesday evening, the department spread the official statement of the family of one of the dead – 28 -year -old Christopher Perry. This letter states that Perry and his colleague Andrew Begsha died, “trying to carry out the humanitarian evacuation of civilians from Soledar in eastern Ukraine.”

January 11, the press service of the Concord company, owned by the founder of the Wagner PMC Evgeny Prigozhin, said that one of the British citizens missing in Soledar was found dead.

Earlier, the National Police of Ukraine informed that Perry and Begsha disappeared on January 6. The British left Kramatorsk and headed for Soledar, then the connection with them was lost.

answering on January 12 to the question of journalists whether the Russian side is ready to help find the missing British or, in the event of their death, to promote the sending of bodies to their homeland, the press secretary of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov said: “In any case, if there is any request, The request to assist, of course, this will be considered. We know from the media reports that we are talking about British citizens who were militants, participated in their hands in their hands. “